In today’s episode I get to introduce you to Corri McFadden. A smart and savvy business woman and Mom who is the pioneer of luxury consignment. She truly redefined what consignment was known as while selling over 1.5 million items with her company EDROP-OFF.
Corri recently began a new journey with her family in Aspen, which you may or may not have seen online under the name Glitter and Bubbles.
Today we’re chatting about what it takes to build and grow a company with 45 employees, the lessons she learned along the way and why she made the decision to close the doors on her business after 15 very successful years.
Discussions and inspirational stories you will not want to miss. What Lisa Frank had to do with Corri’s career, her unique family living situation that works and why she missed her college graduation.
There are a lot of tips shared in this episode that you are going to want to pay attention to. Hobbies, Entrepreneurship, Motherhood, Lifestyle and Zelda. We’re getting into it all!
Corri has had some crazy experiences happen to her and you will want to tune in to get an update on them today and then check her Instagram Highlights after the show.
We would love to hear what you thought of today’s episode. Screenshot while listening and tag us on Instagram. @thehappyworkaholic and @corrimcfadden! We can’t wait to hear your feedback!
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Glitter and Bubbles Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glitter_and_bubbles/
Blog post mentioned in the show: https://glitterandbubbles.com/fashion/living-your-truth/
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