Angela Jia Kim

Savor Beauty + Spa / Savor the Success - CEO + Founder
New York, NY

    Vlogumentary: A Day in the Life of an Entrepreneur {real-life drama caught on camera!}

    February 17, 2012

    Watch a day in my crazy life as I try to juggle getting my daughter ready in the morning, walking in the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Mom's Show, dealing with an employee crises, conducting interviews, and hosting a Savor NYC event with nearly 60 women. 

    You see me go up and down the emotional roller coaster of what it takes to run a business, balance family life, and be tested at every turn. At times I deal with the guilt of being away from my daughter, try to talk myself into having a more positive mindset, and in the end, I realize why I do what I do. :)

    Series premiere! Tune in on Wednesday, February 22nd at 1:00 pm EST for the first ever LIVE broadcast on the new Savor Chat Ustream channel with yours truly. 

    The first episode, "Make the Right Investment in Your Business", will be dedicated to helping you take the next step to a successful business. The first 10 people in the Chat Room will get to ask their question and get immediate "Quickfire" feedback on their website.

    Just in case there are any technical bugs and the "internet God" is not on our side, we have a back-up plan, the good ol' fashioned conference call line:
    Dial-in to: (610) 214-0000
    Use access code: 135450#

    The consultant I spoke with during the cab ride was Jennifer Longmore who gave me a fantastic sales strategy. The session was amazing, and I was psyched! 
    The dress I wore at the fashion show was a Jay Godfrey dress. Cute, huh? Love the color!
    And the speaker for our Savor event was Bryn Johnson, a consultant who helps build and engage your community. 

    • Angela Jia Kim is a woman entrepreneur advocate, organic lifestyle guru, doting mom, New York City (not house)wife, and author-in-the-making.

      She uses her organic skincare business, Om Aroma, to empower and inspire other business owners by openly sharing mistakes (the kind most sweep under the rug) and lessons learned (the kind most keep as secrets to get ahead).

      She believes that building business is directly tied to self growth, that it takes a village to raise a business, and that your business is meant to serve the life you want to live. 

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