Yours Truly, Adrienne Horn Featured in CanvasRebel

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I love a good interview! I love learning about other people’s lives and seeing the world through their eyes. I love getting to share my own experiences and thoughts, too. It’s an incredible feeling. Interviews are a great way to promote yourself, your brand or your business, which is what this post is all about. So, when CanvasRebel reached out to me for an interview – I was beyond excited.

What is CanvasRebel?

CanvasRebel is an online platform dedicated to supporting small business owners and creatives by sharing their stories. Their mission: “Our mission is to create a space for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs to be able to learn from their peers through the magic and power of storytelling.” They understand the motivating power of stories that illustrate the daily grind required for success.

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Here’s a snippet from the article Meet Adrienne Horn as featured on the CanvasRebel site:

We’re excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful Adrienne Horn. We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation with Adrienne below.

Adrienne, looking forward to hearing all of your stories today. What’s something crazy on unexpected that’s happened to you or your business?

During the holiday season of 2016, I was very much happy with myself as a pharmacist. In a little over a year, I had jumped from a five-figure salary to a six-figure salary, become the regional director for the corporate office, and managed to become licensed in FOURTEEN states all while raising my one-year-old-daughter, Paris. Given the plight of our workforce during that time, I was beyond thankful to still be employed. Many companies had lost their best employees simply because they could no longer afford them, and here I was still receiving raises and bonuses.
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It was a pleasure to be interviewed for CanvasRebel, and as a small business owner, I appreciate what they do for others like myself. Please click the link above to read the full article. CanvasRebel is built on recommendations, so if you know someone with an interesting story to share, please submit their information on the CanvasRebel site for consideration. As usual, thanks for reading.

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