[P.O.W.E.R. Plug Podcast] Get Motivated to Launch A ‘Someday’ Project Today
One benefit of the extended pandemic is that it has made us all consider what is personally important for us and our loved ones. As many businesses came to a halt, we realized we had been holding on to the idea of launching a passion project but got frustrated because we didn’t know how to start, or our schedule was so full we never imagined we would have the time to fit it all in. Well, today’s guest felt that way about her ‘someday’ project until some major life events made her say — enough is enough — and she decided to act. Her story will inspire you.
In this episode of the P.O.W.E.R. Plug Podcast Host, I speak with Gina Pausina Cherry the owner of A1 Mobile Shredding in the New Orleans area and the President and CEO of Bionic Babes, Dancers of Hope. Her small business, A-1 Mobile Shredding, LLC is a locally operated paper shredding company that has been serving businesses in New Orleans since 2003. Her heartfelt non-profit, Bionic Babes, Dancers of Hope, is on a mission to support survivors of cancer by keeping them motivated, happy, and healthy.
How mobile shredding assists home and business owners with aged documents
The impact of the being a local business during the pandemic
The crisis and tragedy that sparked Bionic Babes, Dancers of Hope
Turning a passion project into a non-profit
Top 3 emotional and physical benefits of dancing and exercise
Advice for women who have full schedules but want to launch a passion project
How to support Bionic Babes, Dancers of Hope
How Fidelity’s P.O.W.E.R. Plug program assists small business owners in fulfilling their dreams