Hair is so important to a person’s well-being and self-image. That’s what makes cutting and styling hair such a great business opportunity. Listen to Sara Little, founder and lead stylist at LittleField Salon, explain why it’s all she has ever wanted to do, starting at age 15!
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Depression affects countless individuals all over the world, as we have been tragically reminded with the deaths of Kate Spade & Anthony Bourdain. Listen in as Margie Pierce of Achieve TMS East explains the remarkable new way to treat depression without drugs or side-effects.
Sara Stanton never dreamed of starting her own business. After all she already won the lottery—immigration lottery that is! Listen to Sara’s lovely, Irish accent as she tells us how she made it in America, eventually opening Cara Group Travel.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Well, two sisters from Quincy put their love for chocolate to the test…and opened Purefections! Listen to Lisa and Christina tell their story of how chocolate changed their lives and the lives of so many other chocoholics!
Jimmy Liang is the quintessential American success story. Find out how he made his dream of being a premier sushi chef and restauranteur come true. If you love sushi, you will love this story!
How would you like to own the original Dunkin’ Donuts? And then, almost 40 years later, open the newest Dunkin’ about a mile from the original? Brothers Victor and Octavio Carvalho will tell you how they went from Fred the Baker’s “it’s time to make the donuts” to “America runs on Dunkin!”
With the tenacity of a High School All-American wrestler, listen to how John built his construction business, one nail at a time. He weathered all the ups and downs, just like he did on the wrestling mat, and came out on top!
Wendy Simmons went from Phys Ed teacher to energy teacher. Listen to how Wendy created Prism Energy and retired her whistle and sweats for good!
Do you wonder how bakers makes dough? Tune in to hear George & Elissa Montilio explain what’s really “baked in the cake!”
How did Dolly Di Pesa go from teaching special needs children to teaching businesses how to follow the numbers? This episode of Profiles in the American Dream will tell you.