Rania Nasis and Trina Johnson interviewed by Candice Georgiadis

Rania Nasis, Founder and CEO of Super Awesome Care

Trina Johnson, CEO and Founder of Blue Forest Farms

Trina Johnson, CEO and Founder of Blue Forest Farms

Candice Georgiadis

Candice Georgiadis

Rania Nasis, Founder and CEO of Super Awesome Care. Trina Johnson, CEO and Founder of Blue Forest Farms.

Startups are bringing the most needed changes to our world. The more smart people we have starting businesses, the better off the whole world will be.

— Rania Nasis, Founder and CEO of Super Awesome Care

GREENWICH, CT, USA, May 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog of the same name, interviews people at the forefront of hospitality, travel, lifestyle and more similar topics. It extends the marketing footprint of individuals and businesses through a combination of branding and image on social media and conventional websites.

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Rania Nasis, Founder and CEO of Super Awesome Care
What are your “5 things I wish someone had told me before I started” and why? (Please share a story or example for each.)

Become an expert in prioritization and delegation. As a founder, everything lands on your desktop. It’s easy to get bogged down in checking tasks, while accomplishing virtually nothing of significance. Time is your most limited resource, so constantly ask yourself if you need to do what you’re working on. Can you delegate it to someone else on your team or hire an executive assistant? Your job is to drive the progress of your business, so see what you’re working on through that lens. In a month or in a year, will it matter? The other advice I would give here is that if something is incredibly mentally draining for you (like writing, organizing receipts, spreadsheets), find someone to outsource it to. Even if the tasks only take a short time, it can seem to take a lot longer and drain our energy.
Take the time to learn things unrelated to your startup. Read what others are doing. It’s too easy to focus on the particular problem you’re solving, but I find that inspiration comes from many different sources. There’s no shortage of great content: books, podcasts, sub-stacks, averages, and curated lists. The Fringe Revolution is one of my favorites – Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok are fantastic at curating interesting topics and provide exposure to a wide range of topics. And Out-of-Pocket is one of my favorite health blogs.
Actively cultivate your network. Entrepreneurship depends a lot on your network. This is how you find opportunities, co-founders, key hires, mentors, advisors, investors, and more. It takes work to maintain, but it pays dividends.
Hiring (and firing) is one of your most important tasks. The old adage “hire slow and fire fast” consistently holds true. When you have the right team in place and everything is running at full speed, it can be a great feeling. But one person is out of place and everything can fall apart. You want to hire the best people you can find and you want to make sure you hire great people to work with. Someone can be incredibly bright and talented and tick all the right boxes without being the right fit for your particular startup. It can be time-consuming and tedious, but it’s better to wait for a great candidate rather than the one in front of you. Don’t make great people work with someone who isn’t up to it – it’s the fastest way to destroy morale and burn out your employees. And leverage your network. The best referrals usually come from people you know.

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Trina Johnson, CEO and Founder of Blue Forest Farms
Do you have a funny story about how someone you knew reacted when they first heard you were getting into the cannabis business?

More criticism came from outside my circle than inside, but we were determined to meet the needs of our supporters, the majority of whom were farmers. There is a lot of propaganda in our industry around what hemp is. Primarily, we combat the perception that hemp, or its by-product CBD, gets you high. It’s a kind of re-education that needs to take place as people need to know that the plant can be harvested in a variety of ways, including hemp hearts for protein, packaging materials, and clothing. I see myself eventually pivoting into fashion design, oddly enough. Hemp helps humans derive great benefits, including pain relief, but it can also create materials with the fiber similar to plastic and linen. CBD has a number of anti-inflammatory benefits, as studies have repeatedly shown, so to me it’s kind of funny if people don’t understand that hemp has over 50,000 uses.

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About Candice Georgiadis
Candice Georgiadis is a working mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer of CG&CO. She is also the founder of the Social Media and Marketing agency: Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a social media influencer and contributing editor for ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine and several others. In addition to her busy professional life, Candice is a volunteer and donor at St Jude Children’s Hospital.

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