The Power of a Gen Z and Gen X Team

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The Power of a Gen Z and Gen X Team

Today Vanessa LeVan and Wren LeVan from Blush Out West Boutique join us for The Power of a Gen Z and Gen X Team. Blush Out West started out with two friends who wanted more than just a 9-5 job, it then evolved to a successful mother-daughter run business. They go over the marketing strategies that work best for them, why you need both the left and right brain in your business, and most importantly why a Gen Z and Gen X Team is so powerful! Tune in to find out more about this amazing duo and what made them stand out in the boutique world!

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Main Points:

1. Create a community with your customers. Tag them on Instagram when they post your product, give shout outs, and take time to respond back to them!

2. Being your authentic self will get you much further than trying to be someone you’re not. 

3. Gen Z and Gen X are fabulous partners, each bringing different strengths to the table. 

The Power of a Gen Z and Gen X Team

Favorite Quotes:

“I am a bit fearless and I think I’ve passed that on to Wren and I really think everyone should just go for it.”-Vanessa

“If we’re asking God for guidance and we are truly willing to listen for those answers and signs, it always works out.”-Vanessa

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Original Air Date: February 11th, 2019
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