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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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05:56 min | 8 months ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Com. Cheryl is a former New York City fashion designer, and she was yearning to be creative. After becoming a mom. She even lost herself at one point, and we're going to get into that Cheryl shares with us how her jewelry line changed her life. For a lot of people when you know you want to do this is I want to do do it. Do it, Do it. Come on. Ask about me. You know it's the side hustlers podcast calling. So one of the things I love talking about in this podcast is connections and how I've met people, and Cheryl is one of those crazy kind of connections. I met Cheryl's product before I met her. So I was at a layer in west Seattle the day I also met Shandon, who's been on this podcast and has been awesome supporter of side hustlers, and has had AH lot of side hustlers events at her store. And I was there with King five and we were shooting a What's trending, which aired weekly at the time, and we were at this is for NBC. And we're filming different things that Shannon had in a lair, and she was like you have to wear this necklace. This girl's awesome. She's a local mom here in west Seattle, and her products are amazing. And it was this. I think I wore Cheryl Do it was the concrete country. Yes. So I wore the concrete circle necklace on TV, and I obviously fell in love with a tendon and later that day and continue going back. I was always looking at these necklaces from nor the maid and it was the remember one day I was like, I'm going to buy this and never normally buy jewelry because I have so much of it and we go to all these events where it gets gifted to us. And I fell in love and just kept buying all of Cheryl stuff. So that's why I'm so excited to have her in here this month, because she's a mom full time, Mom with really a full time business. Also, it's almost not a side hustle. So the way we've connected is crazy. We're going to get more into all the connections that have come out of us knowing each other, But I've met your amazing product before I met you, which is crazy to think about. Yeah, no, totally. And you've you're always wearing my love. And, ironically, not at the moment I was like, Oh, this is so weird that you're in here today and I have it on every day, but not right now. It's okay. Rohan. Hey. So based off your accent, we all know you're not from America. So how? No. Did you get here during my undergraduate in Belfast? So I wasn't fine. Our major on there was this thing called the B I. The business education initiative. They Paired people from Northern Ireland with colleges in the West, and so you had to apply for it, and I got it for business like a one year diploma. And so they asked you, you get to kind of select work. Well, we thought we could select where we wanted to go. Of course they said New York, which you know I ended up there anyway. But they sent me to Missouri. So like at a little town outside of literal America, yes. Midwest. They sent me to a little town called ST Charles, Missouri. Just outside of ST Louis. So yeah, I I studied business for year Went back home. Finished my undergraduate Then you know, after graduation, I was, you know, selling my paintings and Art galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser on window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those. I was like, panting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like, Okay, what else Because that it, you know, and I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America. And, you know, even though business was not my thing, I was like, Well, how do I get back? And it's like I Don't have any money, so I, you know, obviously, I had the money that I was making selling paintings and you know my full time job And so I contacted my school and I was like, Hey, I want to come back. But can you offer me like part scholarships like an okay for tuition and like, do a Masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion. Like if I had to do that back home, I would probably have to start like with a Undergraduate first something, you know? Yes, they offered me part part scholarship. I literally only because I worked a ton of ours at the president's office at school. I probably only had to pay like $6000 out of pocket for masters. I worked so hard on literally. Whatever savings I had from like when I saved in Belfast. I like took it with me. And I give it all to them, Then you and then how did you get to New York? Okay, so my my boyfriend at the time was like, hey, so If you're studying fashion, like and you want a job in fashion, you should probably go to New York. Like you should try to get an internship in New York trying to get you out of there. That's what I thought. I was like What? You're trying like You're going to send me away. What you talking? What are you going to do You going to stay here? I was like what? And he was like, No, he's like I think it's like That's what you need to do. Like what you going to dio after you finish your masters and like he's right, so I came around to the idea, and I was like, Okay, I'm going to start playing for internships. So I applied for I applied for three internships actually wanted with them was with Betsey Johnson and my professor had said to me, Don't take that one. She will make you sweep the floor in for coffee like you need to go with a smaller place that's going to really use you and that really needs you. And it's going to be like, teach you all the pine and stuff. And so I chose to smaller ones on I got a job out of one, which later so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work, but it kind of crashed during that whole like recession. I was the last one when things kind of closed up. I was the last one while kind of out. Yeah, So it was contemporary. It was like cotton so very modern. So it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop. Right or no. Yeah, So after that job, I was like, okay, Things aren't going well here..

Cheryl New York America Belfast New York City Seattle Missouri Shannon NBC Betsey Johnson Northern Ireland Shandon King visual merchandiser ST Louis Midwest ST Charles president professor
"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So it's like a little town I was literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of Saint Louis so yeah I I study business for year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know telling my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else because that it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings in there my full time job and so I contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come back but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can pay for tuition and like yeah do a masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would have to start like with that undergraduate first one thing you know yeah so they offered me the part part scholarship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and I literally whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I give it all to them and then you and then how did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want to jump in fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship in New York trying to get you out of there that's what I thought I was like what you're trying to you're like you're gonna send me away when he saw what you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters of Mike he's right so I can arrange that idea and I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for light for three internships actually wanted with them was and with Betsy Johnson and my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign coffee like anything like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really need here in it's going to like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of closed up I was the last one while kind of out yeah so it was contemporary it was like kind so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from the Upper East Side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was in a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband so it's like literally my first full day long and.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So it's like a little town literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of St Louis so yeah I I study business for a year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know sign my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else is on it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and you know my full time job and SO IT contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come back but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can call a for tuition and like yeah do a masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would have to start like with that undergraduate for something you know yeah so they offered me part parts dollar ship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard early whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I give it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want to jump in fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship and you are trying to get out of there that's what I thought I was like what you're trying to you're like you're gonna send me away when he sort of what you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters on Mike he's right so I Cameron stadium I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for light for three internships actually wanted with them was and went back to Johnson on my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign for coffee you need to grow like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really needs to and it's kind of like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which lately so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of close stop I was the last one mile out yeah so it was contemporary or was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from the Upper East Side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband so it's like literally my first full day long and city I took my laptop to the coffee shop and he was right there he was also worked on his portfolio because he just walked out in his really stressful job he worked in a photo studio in New York and was just like I'm out.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of others all available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio number one for podcast here's a preview of one of our personal favorites this is side house lawyers I'm your host from I heart radio Carlin Marie my full time job is hosting my own morning show on one of six point one kiss FM in Seattle Washington I personally started side hustlers because I was unbelievably intrigued by the amount of people who are following a passion outside of their day job people who are working in their free time on purpose because they believed in something in this podcast we hear the story of the site hustlers as we learn about their successes and failures and we love supporting them because they're so passionate about what they do and some of these people have even left their corporate jobs and turn their side hustle into their full time job this month I wanted something a little different we've got a special series called mom to hustle in honor of mother's day these women have their own businesses while being a full time stay at home mom it's not easy and this episode we learn from Cheryl she's the creator of minority made a jury company based in west Seattle Washington but it is sold everywhere nor the made dot com N. O. R. D. Y. M. A. D. E. dot com Cheryl is a former New York City fashion designer and she was yearning to be creative after becoming a mom she even lost herself at one point and we're gonna get into that Cheryl shares with us how her jewelry line changed her life for a lot of people if you want to do this is what to do and do it do it it's so one of the things I love talking about in this podcast is connections and how I've met people and Cheryl is one of those crazy kind of connections I met Cheryl's products before I met her so I was at a layer in west Seattle the day I also met Shandon who's been on this podcast in and has been awesome supporter somehow slurs and has had a lot of side has those events at her store and I was there with king five and we were shooting a what's trending which aired weekly at the time and we were and this is for NBC and we're filming different things that Chandan had in a layer and she was like you have to wear this necklace this girl's awesome she's a local mom here in west Seattle and her products are amazing and it was this I think I wore Cheryl during the concrete okay yes so I wore the concrete circle necklace on TV and I obviously fell in love with sand and a layer that day and continue going back and always looking at these necklaces from minority made and it was a I remember one is it I'm going to buy this and never normally buy jewelry because I have so much of it and we got all these events were gets gifted to us and I fell in love and just kept buying all of Cheryl stuff so that's why I'm so excited for in here this month because she's a mom hi mom what's really a full time business also it's almost not a side hustle so the way we've connected is crazy we're gonna get more into all the connections that have come out of us knowing each other but I've met your amazing product before I met you which is crazy to think about there are no totally and if you're always wearing I love and ironically not at the moment I was like oh this is so weird that you're in here today and I have it on every day but not right now it's okay Berlin so based off your acts and we all know you're not from America so how did you get here during my undergraduate in Belfast so I was a fine or major and there was this thing called the B. I'd that business education initiative the our people from Northern Ireland with colleges anyway and so you had to apply for it and I got it for business like a one year diploma and so they asked you you get to kind of select work while we thought we could select where we wanted to go of course I said New York which but they sent me to Missouri so it's like a little town literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of St Louis so yeah I I study business for year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know telling my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else because that it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and get my full time job and so I contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come by but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can call a for tuition and like yeah do a masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would have to start like with that undergraduate first one thing you know yeah so they offered me the part part scholarship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and I literally whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I give it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want a job on fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship and you are trying to get out of there that's what I thought I was like what you're trying to you're like you're gonna send me away what is sort of what you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters on Mike he's right so I came around to the idea and I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for light for three internships actually wanted with them was and with Betsy Johnson my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign coffee like anything like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really need here in it's kind of like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of closed up I was the last one mile out yeah so it was contemporary it was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from their pre side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband it was like literally my first full day long and city I took my laptop to the coffee shop and he was right there he was also worked on his portfolio because he just walked out in his really stressful job he worked in a photo studio in New York and was just like I'm out I'm not so that's how we met isn't it crazy like it's what's crazy good things come of was somewhat bad things like obviously yeah business is about his hearing for clothes and he was so fed up at his job and then you met each other yeah it's honestly it's amazing to look back that's when you really see like okay that was meant to be yeah like everything was mentally and it's like you know people try to kind of change your path you know as you go through life and it's like staying focused and I'm like I'm glad I did because I when I met him and and you guys were did you get married we got my long and city actually and then you after getting married being pregnant you move to Seattle yeah motions Seattle at someone which is crazy which is crazy but honestly it was the easiest thing I've ever done why I out of this whole thing well because we had just we've been in New York for so long we both were kind of just when you're there for such a long time you're just like over stimulated over worked everything's expensive you're just your quality of life kind of heat I don't know what it's like when you find someone you really take a step back and you kinda look at your like what what's our future look like if we haven't run used moving so fast and everybody's pissed off and you're like I don't wanna be pissed off because I persons based off but now I'm pissed off you know and it's like it is kind of toxic it all kind of like it's all just radiance and so you know obviously being pregnant in New York you're getting pushed on the subway like you can get to see it's wrong you know and we both decided like we're just not doing this here I mean Dan took the reins of Mrs like we're we're out here and so he really started look and for a job and we just started packing boxes we didn't he didn't have a job yeah we were already like pack in the kitchen I and it was like we put music on and like it's kind of fun you guys are a little you're meant to comedy I'd watch it yeah it's it's crazy to look back on like what we're redoing but honestly it was so easy and how he got his job and everything like was totally meant to be like there was actually an ad for an internship he really like the idea of a company and he basically was like you don't need an intern like you need a full time person while and here I am and there they go right back to him were like was they were like while the bosses in New York right now if you want to go for lunch yeah and so it was crazy yeah and honestly like after all the paperwork and everything couple weeks and we were just broken a hall and had the cat and the cat carrier and some months pregnant I just hopped on the plane was actually find out of my own so we just are like one person listening you can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discover thousands of others all available to you for free right 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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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05:28 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And has been awesome supporter somehow slurs and has had a lot of side hustlers events at her store and I was there with king five and we were shooting a what's trending which aired weekly at the time and we were and this is for NBC and we're filming different things that Chandan had in a layer and she was like you have to wear this necklace this girl's awesome she's a local mom here in west Seattle and her products are amazing and it was this I think I wore Cheryl during the concrete okay yes so I wore the concrete circle necklace on TV and I obviously fell in love with sand and a layer that day and continue going back I'm always looking at these necklaces from minority made and it was a I remember one is it I'm going to buy this and never normally buy jewelry because I have so much of it and we go to all these events were gets gifted to us and I fell in love and just kept buying all of Cheryl stuff so that's why I'm so excited for in here this month because she's a mom time mom with really awful time business also it's almost not a side hustle so the way we've connected is crazy we're gonna get more into all the connections that have come out of us knowing each other but I've met your amazing product before I met you which is crazy to think about there are no totally and if you're always going I love and ironically not at the moment I was like oh this is so weird that you're in here today and I have it on every day but not right now it's okay Rowan so based off your acts and we all know you're not from America so how did you get here during my undergraduate in Belfast so I was a finer major and there was this thing called the B. I'd that business education initiative the our people from Northern Ireland with colleges anyway and so you had to apply for it and I got it for business like a one year diploma and so they asked you you get to kind of select work well we thought we could select where we wanted to go of course I said New York which you know I ended up there anyway but they sent me to Missouri so it's like a little town I was a literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of St Louis so yeah I I study business for year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know selling my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else is not it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and you know my full time job and so I contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come back but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can pay for tuition and like yeah do monsters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would prefer to start like with that undergraduate for something you know yeah so they offered me the part part scholarship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and I literally whatever's savings I had from like when a saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I gave it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want a job on fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship and you are trying to get you out of there that's what I thought I was like what your try you like you're gonna send me away when he saw what you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters of Mike he's right so I can run today Deanna like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for life for three internships actually wanted with them was and went back to Johnson I might professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign for coffee like anything like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really need here in it's going to like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of close stop I was the last one mile out yeah so it was contemporary it was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from their pre side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen.

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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03:37 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of St Louis so yeah I I study business for a year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know sign my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else it is not it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and you know my full time job and so I contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come back but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can call pay for tuition and like yeah do a masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would prefer to start like with that undergraduate for something you know yeah so they offered me part part scholarship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and I literally whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I give it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want a job on fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship in New York trying to get you out of there that's what I thought I was like what your try you like you're gonna send me away when he sort of what are you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters of Mike he's right so I can arrange that idea and I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for for three internships actually wanted with them was and with Betsey Johnson on my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign coffee like anything like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really need here in it's kind of like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is a smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of closed up I was the last one mile out yeah so it was contemporary it was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from their pre side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband so it's like literally my first full day long and city I took my laptop to the coffee shop and he was right there he was also worked on his portfolio because he just walked out on his really stressful job he.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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03:42 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It's like a little town. literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of St Louis so yeah I I study business for a year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know telling my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else I guess not it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money. hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and you know my full time job and so I contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come back but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can call pay for tuition and like yeah do a masters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I have to start like with that undergraduate first one thing you know yeah so they offered me part part scholarship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and I literally whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I give it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want a job on fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship in New York trying to get you out of there that's what I thought I was like what you're trying you're like you're gonna send me away with each other what are you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters of Mike he's right so I can arrange the idea and I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for. for three internships actually one of them was I went back to Johnson and my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign coffee like anything like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really needs to and it's going to like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is the smaller contemporary designer was tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of close stop I was the last one mile out yeah so it was contemporary it was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from the Upper East Side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband. it was like literally my first full day long and city I took my laptop to the coffee shop and he was right there he was also worked on his portfolio because he just walked out on his really stressful job he worked in a photo studio in New York.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

Nonprofit Everything

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

"Is there anything we can do to make our silent auction. Stand out from others anything we should avoid oh. My first first reaction is oh. God not another silent auction <hes> all right so i know i should be saying congratulations yeah. You're silent silent auction. I just know how many hours of work it takes and sometimes for really small returns to just manage your expectations around this right. I mean if you can get volunteers if you as a board member can have a little committee that just focuses on silent auction in every detail of it. I mean everything from who you're going going after to how you mix it up how you create packages right like you. Don't want these one off items that are like okay. That's random. Oh there's this computer that's silent auction item and oh. There's this spa service like. How do you package it right in a way that if you think about when you go and buy things right think about because it truly is like a sales mentality when you go and buy things. Do you like things package like grits like oh. I got everything i need for my cool movie night right so i think some of this is it's just really being thoughtful. Super detailed have super detail oriented people right who can track everything from you know how much it ended up selling four or like thank you know every piece of the silent auction process having the right number of items matters right like sort of the rule of thumb is like one item for every four or guests so so sort of keeping that in the back of your head and i think some mission i mean here's the thing i would say so no not to be disrespectful. Oh but there's very few silent auctions. I go to where i'm like. Wow that's something new. I mean it's it's very much a similar feeling each one. Would you agree agree. My reaction to the question is like. I don't know that i would want my silent action to silent auction to stand out. I want my silent auction to make the most money exactly yeah. Let's let's let's be honest here yeah. How do we make make the most money because you can stand out by like look nothing sold and you know okay so i'm going to go off a little bit more on this because i also think that you see groups that don't minimum bid amounts rate that are too high or or that are so low that you know you've started nowhere so there is that there is an art and science to this and then you can talk to other organizations. I think packaging even display like a visual merchandiser like if you have someone that is good at display it makes all the difference even with online silent auctions now. They're still the table where you can look at it and people who ooh that looks enticing package the right way so you think that makes a difference. Stay away from like service kind of stuff like oh good estate planning planning photography services like those kinds of things don't work our jewelry or personal preferences that generally don't sell well like you know packages that are like travel..

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Old. You're the owner of Naff it just math math stance vase and in Glasgow and you are you've done incredible things by turning passion into a business and as we speak today you have just a one two more awards. The Scratch magazine scored for silent of the <HES> and Social Media Star will done and because you've won the second can one three times in a row. What does that know me so we are no in the hall of fame the Scotch magazine Ole Scratch Stars Hall of fame and the Social Media Cagney which as incredible is really really wanted to win it this year and I'm so glad that we did so I get to be a judge next year which is Swiss i-in when I spoke to you so <hes> <hes> listen to them? No I hosted an event that you were part of a handle of up in Edinburgh to deal with the World Bank of Scotland and easy wins and it was basically basically we talked about business and managing finances and what we've had to get your head around is turning your passion into a business and then basically developing business brain and I never a lot of people who listen to this show might have passion projects that they are thinking about starting up or side hustle that they'd like to make their full time job so how where did it all begin. What was the original passion so the original passion was genuinely just doing my neal's? I did my dissertation petition that I am. I always have to be doing something with my hands. Otherwise I just feel depressed. If I'm not like making something so I studied bitcoin design and technology at Uni always saw in making things and when it came to my last year I was just doing my dissertation so as rating and Danilo reports and I just didn't feel like I had to create a vote by dead love pain and my Neal's Anim- swin tumbler is really taken off and I was seeing you know these amazing nail designs and I thought I saw reprint Neal's and I thought I mean I've obsessed with lay prince so I thought I could easily with island l. sold it and it'd be it will at least from there and it was just a really nice when when I was sitting right my dissertation my laptop it was really nice to be looking at some brightly colored fun looking nails and like something that I could be off as well so it totally spiraled from there and I started taking pictures of my nails didn't tutorials putting them on Tumbler anim- I mean when I look back on them. They're not not so gorgeous time. People are really into and start beating the news too and so from the START I painting my friends nails statements elva vintage fears Tonle Tampons to kneel are and then from there yeah I just kind of well I got kind of bored and other people's not board if he and other people's nails I I was trying to think like Kokin I do more people's nails with sitting in front of them all the time and like physically having to be the because it was quite tired and I was entering into the team and working taken as a visual merchandiser so it's quite difficult to and so I started in making Neil decals which early tattoo transfers for your nails Amazon started no actually started paying enforce Neal's I._B._M.. Falls Neal's sold them on as so it was like the designs I was doing on other people but I could say to people and London and Manchester and then I started making Neil decals and then the neal decals where they can a business to call from so I actually go and chased from top shop stock in the Neil decals so that was like an appointment. I had to decide to just keep this as his are like or dislike anti-business so sexy on for that and I'm glad I made enter business. What was the was the salon the thing you thought where I'm going to do this and I want us out on Yep so Iran ah so the neal decals? I ran the business for two years cold D._I._Y.. Neal's and I love doing that. I just as I was doing that.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So it's like a little town literal America yeah Midwest they sent me to a little town called Saint Charles Missouri just outside of Saint Louis so yeah I I study business for a year went back home finished my undergraduate then you know after graduation I was you know sign my paintings in our galleries and kind of working full time as a visual merchandiser and window dresser at a department store I was doing both of those I was like painting on the weekends and working full time and then I was like okay like what else it is not it you know I kind of had a taste of kind of being in America and you know even though business was not my thing I was like well how do I get back and it's like I don't have any money hi so I you know obviously I had the money that I was making selling paintings and get my full time job and SO IT contact my school and I was like Hey I want to come by but can you offer me like part scholarship so I can call pay for tuition and like yeah do monsters because I wanted to do a masters in fashion like if I had to do that back home I would prefer to start like with that undergraduate first one thing you know yeah so they offered me the part parts dollar ship I literally only because I worked a ton of hours at the president's office at school I probably only had to pay like six dollars out of pocket for masters I worked so hard and they literally whatever's savings I had from like when he saved in Belfast I like to get with me and I gave it all to them and then you and then I did you get to New York okay so my my boyfriend at the time was like Hey so if you're starting fashion like and you want to jump in fashion you should probably go to New York like you should try to get an internship and you are trying to get out of there that's what I thought I was like what you're trying you're like you're gonna send me away when he saw what are you gonna do you gonna stay here I was like what and he was like no he's like I think it's like and that's what you need to do like what you gonna do after you finish your masters on Mike he's right so I can arrange that idea and I was like okay I'm gonna start applying for internships so I applied for light for three internships actually wanted with them was and with Betsy Johnson my professor had said to me don't take that one she will make you sweep the foreign for coffee like I need to go like a smaller place that's going to you really use two and that really need here in it's kind of like teach you all kinds of stuff and so I chose to smaller ones and I got a job out of one which later today so is a smaller contemporary designer with tons of work but it kind of crash during the whole like recession I was the last one when things kind of closed up I was the last one while kind of out yeah so it was contemporary or was like cotton so it's very modern so it was after that job that you were sitting at a coffee shop right are now yeah so after that job I was like okay things aren't going well here I need to find a new job I was on a visa of course because I was you know I'm not a citizen or anything so they usually last three years so I was like I had a time frame on when I had to find another job otherwise I would have to leave the country so it was really stressful so I moved from their pre side to Long Island City with a friend of mine and I was at a coffee shop working on my portfolio calling recruiters you know making stuff happen and Daniel was right next to me who is now your husband is on my husband it was like literally my first full day long and city I took my laptop to the coffee.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Everybody can hear all three hours at once live so just want to know and my intent is that every hour be truly significant was, I feel, I have failed. Hi, I'm going over the debate last night. Among democratic nominees, or people wanna be nominees for president of the United States soon, extremely depressing evening for those who cherish truth. Drove cherish America. It was an astonishing. Display of demagoguery. That's all it was. It was it was empty of all substance. Whatever substance. There was was implied, and it was frightening like open borders. Like a complete restructuring of capitalism and the dismantling of capitalism. Massive government confiscation of property and, and wealth. I it's it was the implications were astonishing. Anyway, I've gone over some with you. And I'm going to continue right now. What are we up to here? Oh, yes, it was amazing to last one savannah. Guthrie. Who, by the way, she asked if she was the serious, one among all of them, she asked actual questions of them. Do you support a seventy percent of the visual merchandiser tax rate, yes? Or no or pass aerobic. I would support a tax rate affects code. That is fair to everyone. Of tennis. Donna Shing thing. Wouldn't even answer the question. None of them answered that question. Okay. Let's go to Cory Booker, and six. This is actually an economy. That's hurting small businesses and not allowing them to compete. Really?.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"At Masirah home. Staging specializes in vacant home. Staging creating lifestyle environments with a competitive advantage. I don't know about you, but I had never heard of home staging before I met Kendra, and I was really fascinated by this whole industry and her journey, she's originally from starkville, Mississippi and graduated from the university of Memphis and then went onto graduate with a master's of science in merchandising, from the university of North Texas. She began her career at a home furnishings company in the Dallas Fort Worth area as a visual merchandiser, and product developer. And then she quit her job on a whim in July twenty sixteen and has been an entrepreneur ever since starting her own home. Mm. Staging business when she's not running atmosphere comb. Staging Kendra is a freelance visual merchandiser, and an adjunct professor in the college of merchandising hospitality and tourism at the university of North Texas. So wanted to pop on just let you know that they're a little bit of sound issues and clicks that you'll hear this episode. But I thought the conversation was so rich that I just decided to publish to episode anyway. But bear with me as these things do happen. But Kendra journey is one. I think you will find fascinating. So let's get right into it. Welcome to the guest chair. Kendra. I thank you so much for having me. Thank you for being here. So from the moment I heard about you and your business. I had to have you in the chair because first of all, I'm like, what is home? Staging see a love finding out about whole new career path and businesses. And to think you have such an interesting story. First of all, what was it like growing up in Mississippi yet? So I'm originally from starkville Mississippi. It's a very country, small town. It's a college town. So for me, it's home. I love being there restful as peaceful the food is amazing but grew up with my mom and dad have one sister, and everyone in Mississippi, but for me, I just always wanted to, like, get out and see what the world had to offer. So I love ban from Mississippi. It's still home for me. But others just always curious to see what else did the world have to offer outside Mississippi. So what made you decide to study at the university of Memphis? What did you study there in undergrad? So I was originally interested in interior design. So that was the only career path that I really knew that involved like furniture and home furnishings, because I've always loved home furnishings. So after I applied to a couple schools, then I received a full ride scholarship, and it was actually the gates millennium Sochaux by Bill Gates allow after I received that scholarship. I kinda had the freedom to go anywhere. And the university of. I was one of the schools that had applied to simply because they had a merchandising in home furnishings program. So that's kind of why chose university of Memphis, simply for the program. So I studied merchandising in home furnishings. They're a what was the initial career path that you wanted once you were in the program, where you still focused on interior design. No, once I was in the program, I was kinda focused less on tier designer just more about the process of home furnishings in general end. So what I was graduating from university of Memphis, I laughing latoya my professor that didn't wanna work. Can she looked at me? And she laughed back. Like, I know you're gonna be like a lifelong student, so after I graduated I was kinda leg. I think I wanna go to grad school. I'm gonna weighed, you know, working for awhile. Learning and just wanted to be in college forever, because it was actually fun for me. So after the university of Memphis, I decided to attend the university of Texas, I spent that summer in Memphis actually end in July. I moved to Texas in August. I started there at the university of North Texas. I completed that degree in two years. But while I was actually there as started teaching in the department. So I was studying merchandising once again at North Texas. And I was doing a lot of research, also teaching on the department and after I graduated from university of North Texas a week later when I actually started my career in Dallas in home furnishings. So I guess I never really had a clear career path. Honestly. I only work for two years before I became an entrepreneur and.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Like what that does for people coming in and out of your space. Does it turn? In their feet to the left in does that make them feel uncomfortable? I've just always been fascinated by that process people in space. So luckily that fifty thousand dollars a year did pay off. Agreer? Yes now when did the seeds for Nubian human start taking Rupe? You know? It's really interesting because when I graduated and I started working agent in. There was myself and one of my best friends were still really really close now and a sore of mine sh we we would come together we were just all like we want to start businesses. So it was probably really early out of college that was like working at agent, and I'm like coming into the stores, and I'm like, you know, we're always dealing with, you know, pencil skirts in blouses and pants, but in my travels, I would find like amazing amazing, jewelry and fashion by all of these independent artists. And my thing was, you know, when I try to find them again, I wouldn't be able to in this before you know, when everybody had their own website. So it was kind of like, how do I find everyone? And I was like I'm gonna make my own store all these beautiful things that I really. I really love that everybody keeps asking about. So really early on. I would say I started to get that bug. Like, we would start to read business books together like black enterprise business book that was like the first one we read, and we just kind of kept telling each other accountable to our dreams. That's so awesome to have that. So it was kind of like a little mastermind guys. We're keeping each other countable now when that seed start to take root what plan did you start to put into action? What pieces did you know you wanted to have together before you started this? I think for me was was I was, you know, heavy on the creative design side because I was right at a school. That was you know, because I was basically dealing with artists visual merchandisers. But as a business person, I didn't really have an understanding of that process. So even as I grew with agent know, once I became, you know, like store manager like visual manager of a store in the district. I just really focus. On learning the business side, you know, like how many units per transactions? Should we have was the average dollar sales? How do we measure success in? How do we create business goals in? So I would take classes I did like score which they didn't really understand, you know, it's kind of like old white men who didn't. Can you break down? What score stands for again. I know we've a few guests I've mentioned, but I always like to remind. I actually I'm not sure what score what the acronym of score. Is here. Look it up while you speak you guys. So, you know, real time real time action right now share what it provides each city. Yes. A wet there. There is a location city. So basically, they're more. So like retired business people who who dedicate their time to those at wanna get into business. So they help with like your business plan your marketing plan if you don't understand counting. How to understand a profit and loss statement balance sheet? So basically, they kind of help you build your business. They give you resources and things like that. Okay. I don't think stands for anything you guys. But yes. Courthouse. Small businesses and provides all these resources and right now, you know, actually, no friends who volunteer for score work with score. So it's not just old people anymore. I mean in the early. So that's good. What kind you took some classes with score? Yeah. And I would just, you know, basically, it was it was a huge conflict of interest was taking these classes in getting this advice at night because I was in retail. It was it was a conflict of interest. But you know, you gotta do what you gotta do. But yet, and I mean anything throughout the business. I would just Bank that information. So with agent immuno were sitting in our meetings in you know, we go over with a country level teams..

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Like, he's the genie's of the family. He's the other Hemsworth. God the point is he got engaged. He's twenty four. She's twenty two her name is Stella McBride. There's not much to say about her other than the fact that she is a visual designer. I think visual merchandiser. She's also this you notice like pace it into the professional coffee attic, she's a union yet or whatever can you get a health insurance? No, it's just union. So you guys just like get together and talk about coffee or you just put professional coffee Atta we get being screeners. We get delivered. Do you go to like meetings, like AA meetings, or whatever notify developed my own special roast can copyright it through the professional coffee addict guild of America east. Well, I'm so glad that you guys have unionized anyway. So this woman, they're they're engaged. They weren't at my lease birthday party though, because they were busy getting engaged and Miley headed twenty-six birthday party. And every story about Miley Cyrus twenty six birthday party could not be less interested, it Miley, Cyrus twenty-six birthday, everything just turns into like their house burned down two weeks ago. They josh. The house burning down is the house breakdown is like number one conversation for these. I that I like Miley spin very purposefully out of spotlight. So like, she probably was like annoyed that she had to like actually celebrate the also the fact that she turned twenty six offensive like she's only twenty old, but they gave five hundred thousand dollars to the relief fund. She and Liam which is nice, which is good. Yeah. Let's good. Good of them. Yeah. So Miley turn twenty six and brace in non engaged. Awesome. Do we have any updates about any of the other children Cyrus member? When one of them in the mom had a Redick decorating show on Bravo. Yeah. What canceled are now. I have no idea. And remember Sylviane went trace dated Brenda song. I do. And then they broke up, and then they got back together again because she's now dating she's with Makoko Malone. Yeah. I gotta the he's aiding some other one because there's a woman in that photo that I sent you tag yourself as a woman in that photo who I cannot identify. Defy think she taggers off. And I wrote brace I'm brazen. But like Brayson wasn't there. I didn't get it. And I didn't know anything. No. Bottles Sierra, Nevada bottles there, and then there's their grandmother there. That's cute. Did that story about how I went to a friend's house? And I didn't know I was invited over to their house. Josh. And I and I didn't know that they lived with their grandmother lived with them. Very sweet. It was really. But I didn't I didn't. I didn't know that going into the experience that we were gonna be at this apartment and the Graham got out front grandma's there. You got out front totally sweet had the best time. Are you having to put that up front? We were sitting at their dining table and play playing board games. And it was the four of us. And then every once in a while like, we're drinking beer, and every once in a while nanna would I mean manna was one hundred eighty every once in a while like nanna would walk by and go got an empties. Wants. And then she'd grab the empty beer bottles and put them in there. She was like your waitress chose your waitress shoes. Very sweet when if it wasn't Anna just a ghost. Are you? Sure, it was a real no it was a real nanna. They country radio personality took to Instagram after taking home the mirror ball throw fee with pro partner Sharon Burgess during Monday's season.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Lazy to dig my. Out of my handbag details, whereas I have my pay pal credentials. Memorized valid the more serious reason is with all the hacks and such happening with credit card. Details online and in-person businesses. I would rather not have my debit card numbers. Strewn all over the web that has all the same legal insurance protections as a credit card, the fewer places it is stored at the safer my information. Sincerely, grace, excellent points. Grace. Thank you. Heard that someone else wrote in cheer and told us that he is so fed up with Alta and checking out at Alta that he's thinking about not using that site anymore. I've had problems on that website as well with checkout. I have not shopped online at Ulta in some time. What is the issue with? There's always a mess up. Like, it can never remember something or has problems with the reload. I think there's a tech thing happening underneath that is just not quite working. I don't know maybe that where small percent of larger whole most people don't have problem. But my guess is that other people having problems to but thank you for bringing up those points grace. It's so good to remember this next one is along one. So buckling. It's from an anonymous listener who says hi, ladies I wanted to pass on some advice to your listeners. This is a long story. So feel free to edit L. That's funny. I don't ended a damn thing. I'm reading listening word for word. The letter says last week I left my job after sixteen. In years with the company I worked for an international retailer in their US division in the visual merchandising department. I joined as a visual merchandiser, but spent the last thirteen years as a graphic designer.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Ham lawyer d visual merchandiser of its day uh how away while making a joke about it is something bill thank you thank you and then i just wanna this is a guy who you cannot for can ask him like what time it is yes without him telling you about like an old lady in eighteen twenty nine who should broader go ahead obvious eight now here's where it gets complicated i i he's like grandpa's simpson yes the the part of this on that i find most impressive his right at the moment here like jesus christ nother story the movies like were fuck and one step ahead of you but we'll get to that seen when we get at seeing right um so you're watching people kinda konta lincoln and try to tell them the story it's almost like it's like a book signing right at borders of people waiting in line to come up be like hey at some might actually you know my brother my brother uh and he's like oh great think so i make it out and his audits again no we saw you at this time and he was like oh he's a nice to me as they actually emep before in ah but so there are two essentially two pairs of people who coming to the scene you've got david yellow and koeman domingo's is to uh union soldiers later costar in selma according to me by the way gradac i mean obviously yellow is becoming historical and rincon domingo's is one of my top like everyone should know who this guy as actors do love him again and crappy tv shows like fear the walking dead he's gonna get good reason it keep up with that all right uh show.

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"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

03:13 min | 5 years ago

"visual merchandiser" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"Yeah, there's a whole bunch of jobs that you got to go through that you may love and you make fucking. Hey, there's a lotta sweep you don't know. And you are there. Yeah. Exactly. Swift ring moving moving things from one rail to the other boxes changing directions on hangers for literally three hours like facing. Inwards steaming steaming burdens poor. My poor arm. The scar. To prove it. Meaty fleshy part of my arms to God. Dammit and Evan you work locally as well. But you work for a larger company we don't need to get into the details of it. But. I work in many locations. I work in retail. So yeah, that's it is what it. I'm not on the floor. I'm a visual merchandiser, which is another gig that you probably don't really exists that happens for you know, it exists. But you you have no idea what what it is. We actually spend every goddamn thread sent. Let us leaving steaming sweeping steaming hangers as we just mentioned wigs low mannequin arms. Things stealing things feeling wag doing wigs stealing arms. Stealing hands feeling arguing close off that manikin ceiling closed because that's right. Like, you steal a shirt because you want the shirt or are just have a compulsive need to sell things. I guess that's where the ceiling of Manica the fucking you're going to do with the mannequin arm early. Anyway. It's not a very nicely. Is a low quality way. Longest Whigs been around. God damn stand guard sprayed into the sucker. There's what else that goes on in your job in other companies in other roles and other things in terms of visual merchandising like ever walked by a store window. Somebody did that could've been our friend. Evan couldn't name, but that's a big part of sales which most. In school. The statistic was like ninety percent of retail sales are tributed to the visual aspect of the store. Share? What does it look ninety percent? Yes shit. I I remember that things on Iraq as much as you want. But if you can't make it look good people aren't gonna walk over to the rack. Yeah. And then pick it things like face outs. Mannequins words, you didn't know where where's or Venus? Whatever Well, how how many? many. Pants to make it look the most appealing to a human being possible. One season. We're gonna fold the Pence this way. Now, we're going to. And I don't know why. I just have to get your directives from the top directives. Good good. Good work where? Yeah. There you go. We'll talk about those goal setting still hear me. Hear me complain left right and center. Kinds of telling you where I work. Other than that. I also have my own made to measure business. More importantly. Hustle going on you got your much engaged. For sure.

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