Heart, Hustle, and Painting
Celebrate Women in Paint this March! • 21m
In this episode, we chat with Eileen David from Ontario, Canada, founder of Georgian Bay Painters. The challenges of starting a business during the pandemic, training new talent through work and example, and balancing out a schedule of clients—while still leaving room open for new jobs—are all on the docket.
And the key to surviving in the painting industry? According to Eileen, it’s heart and hustle.
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