Today Baylee Cordero, Owner of Baylee Rose Boutique, joins us for My Experience with Starting a Boutique. Baylee started her boutique because she felt there were no clothing options in her community that made mothers feel beautiful inside and out, and she wanted to change that! Baylee goes over the ups and downs of starting a boutique, being a mother & a business owner, and what authenticity means to your customers. Tune in for even more advice and personal stories from Baylee!
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- Building your business with a WHY will make you more successful.
- Consistency is key! High-quality images that are consistent with your brand will help take your boutique to the next level.
- Set your boundaries! Know when it’s time to shut the computer and take time with your family and friends.
“You don’t have to be a mega boutique to be successful” – Bayleee Cordero
“I not only wanted to build myself up through fashion but help build other women up who were struggling through the same thing”- Bayleee Cordero
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Original Air Date: February 25th, 2019
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