All Things for You is run by partners, Tim Yanko and Dwight Kaczmarek. They each bring their own unique talents, interests and personalities to the business. They picked the name "All Things for You," a bit on a whim as they had to quickly create a business when a warehouse full of treasures was given to them to sell. But out of that name, a business that aims to bring happiness to everyone who steps into their shop or booth was formed.Read More
Oceanne is jewelry and accessories that romance the ordinary, by reminding us how special simple moments can be. Designer and founder, Anne Harrill, believes life's beauty can often be found in everyday pleasures, like sharing coffee with a friend, the flavor of raspberries in season, or the way the right hint of gold on your wrist can give the day a whole new perspective. It is her hope that Oceanne helps you celebrate the big and small moments of your life and and reflects your story with each piece you wear or share.Read More
On today’s show, my guest is Anne Hartnett, the energetic owner of Harness Cycle, a spin studio based in the Hingetown neighborhood of Cleveland. Her personal take on a spin studio has as much to do with the physical work you put into class as it does the mental focus you need to live your best life off the bike. She’s here to talk about her transition from working a 9 to 5 to starting her own dream job, just two years ago. In this episode, we talk about getting comfortable with uncertainty, launching a business from idea to storefront, shifting focus from customers and clients alone to building a workplace where everyone feels that they’ve giving and getting back.
Book: Comfortable with Uncertainty, by Pema Chodron