Trish is featuring on the cover of the February 2019 Volume 2 edition of the Woman Entrepreneur global magazine.
Having been in the entrepreneurial space since 1997, Trish was asked to share her five biggest life and business lessons learned throughout her journey as an entrepreneur.
She also shares:
- Three tips for women that want to take control of their financial situation in business and their personal life.
- What is the hardest thing about entrepreneurship that no one tells you.
- How her entrepreneurial journey started.
- And much more…
Check out Trish’s article here:
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