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020. How Embracing Community Transformed Her Business (How I Pivoted Series w/ Kayty Helgerson of Gather Intentional Living)

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Real talk: community is at the center of everything that matters. Without it, I wouldn't have known how to start a business, find my passion, or even had the courage to ditch the 9-5 and travel the world. In fact, it was community that actually allowed me to go on a 5-month road trip. where I built my network and grew my business, all while getting to enjoy and explore cities across North America.
So when I say the community is not only the thing that brings me the greatest joy but the thing that's transformed my business, I mean it.  And today on the show, I chat with Kayty Helgerson of Gather Intentional Living, who shares her story of how community played a huge role in starting—and growing her business.
After living in Thailand. Kayty and her college sweetheart-turned husband, Colby came up with the idea to create Gather, a once-in person charcuterie and cake workshop-style event, turned Zoom sessions when the pandemic hit. Kayty talks about what sparked the idea for Gather, and how community shaped not only the launch of her business, but it's tremendous growth over the last 6 months, as well as how they pivoted with the COVID-19 pandemic, and how they're continuing to grow and meet new demands.
This is a good one—enjoy!
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http://angelamastrogiacomo.com/blog/episode20