Episode 13: Starting Over & Creating Your Own Lane w/ Kurly Klips Founder Lana Boone

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TODAY’S DRIVE

Sometimes you have to say NO to glass ceilings and create your own lane.

Ever feel like nothing is going right in your life? That rejection after rejection keeps coming your way and you don’t know want to do?!

What about if I told you that sometimes you have to be willing to let go so that new opportunities can come your way and drastically change your life?

Meet Lana Boone, the founder of Kurly Klips – the world’s first natural hair clip-in extensions brand. When she first started Kurly Klips she had NO business experience but In just three years, Kurly Klips has generated over a million dollars in sales, shipped to over 30 countries, collected over 100 on-site reviews and has been featured as the only hair extensions brands in Essence Magazine’s Best of Black Beauty 2016. 

In today’s Dreams In Drive: No Parking Podcast, Lana shares her unique journey into entrepreneurship and the lessons she learned along the way. She chats what it was like leaving her journalism career, suffering through a horrible hair experience that set her back in her natural hair growth journey and how she stumbled into entrepreneurship! Even if starting a hair extensions brand is NOT on your mind, there is much you can learn from Lana’s story and the techniques she used to carve a new definition of success and create meaning in her life after hitting her head in world full of glass ceilings.

No matter what you may be going through, it IS possible to pursue your dreams. Sometimes, as we learn from Lana, the path to following one “dream” may actually lead you down a new and even MORE FULFILLING one.

Enjoy!

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IN THIS PODCAST YOU’LL LEARN:
– Why representation is so important for planting the seed of entrepreneurship
– WHY & HOW Lana switched careers from journalism to entrepreneurship (and the challenges she faced along the way)
– Strategies for coping when you feel like your world is crumbling around you
-Why writing a business plan before launching can help set you up for success
-How budgeting & having sales goals can help you manage potential profit loss
-How getting FOCUSED helped Lana launch Kurly Klips in 3 months
-A strategy for figuring out customer needs and creating a product that SELLS
-Why being aware of your strengths is super important when growing your brand
-Why you shouldn’t pay TOO much attention to your competitors
– How to use social media influencers to put your map on your brand
– The 3 keys to happy customers

LANA’S QUOTABLES:

“Sometimes our greatest challenges have the biggest rewards if you are willing to keep your eyes open to all of the possible opportunities and not stay in the gutter of your feelings. At some point, you have to be brave enough and see what else is out there.”

“I’m so much happier working for myself than I am going into a miserable [job] every day.”

“We all assign meaning to our lives. We can assign whatever meaning we want. Use that opportunity to find a meaning that will help you progress. I’m happy those jobs didn’t work out for me, because I find so much meaning in my life now.”

LANA’S KEYS TO SUCCESS (WHAT EVERY YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED IN YOUR TOOLKIT):

1.Business Plan

2. Solitude

3. Courage

CONNECT WITH LANA & KURLY KLIPS ONLINE:
Instagram: @kurlyklips
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kurlyklips
Youtube: youtube.com/kurlyklips
Site: kurlyklips.com
Twitter: @kurlyklips

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About Rana Campbell

Rana Campbell is the host of the Dreams In Drive Podcast and owner and founder of Dreams In Drive LLC. She is a marketing/branding expert that loves helping creatives & lifestyle entrepreneurs build brands that SHINE in the business world.

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