Sedona AZ (October 20, 2015) – Kiersten Hathcock of Mod Mom Furniture and Shark Tank television appearance fame, will be the featured speaker at the NAWBO Sedona-Verde Valley November luncheon in west Sedona.
While growing an internationally known furniture company, the award winning self taught furniture designer and carpenter will share how she learned to trust intuition and apply it to business. Hathcock learned that trusting and acting on intuition, an integral part of how she lives life, was her key to success during an appearance on the popular television show, Shark Tank. She will share concrete ways to differentiate intuition from mind based thoughts, as well as, stories of following intuitive guidance.
Hathcock of Flagstaff, Arizona is a former TV marketing executive. In 2007, she founded Mod Mom Furniture while teaching herself to build furniture. For three and a half years, she built everything in her four hundred square foot garage until 2011 when she outsourced manufacturing here in the US. Over the years, Mod Mom Furniture has not only been featured in magazines, TV shows and modern design books, but is being purchased by families, celebrities, and interior designers from around the globe. Celebrities like Christina Applegate, Matthew and Camilla McConaughey, and tastemakers like Rachel Zoe, flocked to Mod Mom for unique, stylish, eco friendly furniture.
To preregister for this November 12, 2015 luncheon and guest speaker event at Relics Restaurant, 3235 West Highway 89A, Sedona AZ 86336, visit here. The cost is $20 for members and $30 for guests with vegetarian and gluten free meal options; on site registration is $30 for members and $40 for guests. For more information, email email@example.com.
The mission of the Sedona-Verde Valley Chapter of NAWBO is to promote the excellence of their members, thereby strengthening their businesses and the vitality of the Northern Arizona economy; connect independent, vibrant business owners locally, regionally, nationally and globally; stimulate their members’ business potential through education, training and mentoring.