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Interview: Leah Remillét, Strategist for Creative Entrepreneurs

Looks like I have a lot to learn from Leah. She shares some amazing tips in here, so read it, bookmark it, and read it again.

Tell us a little about yourself.
Well, let’s see. I live in Seattle, WA. with my husband and our three enchanting kiddos. At 3:30pm every day I transform back into a homework aiding, activity chauffeuring, dinner preparing mama but before their school bell rings, I’m the owner and boss lady of Leah Remillét International Inc. Basically, I’m a success strategist for creative entrepreneurs around the globe. My little team and I work to help big thinking creatives turn their dreams and goals into their reality.

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How did you get started in photography?
I saw a blog. And that was it. I knew I had to be a photographer. So I convinced (and begged) my husband to let us sell some of our furniture and his laptop on craigslist so I could buy a camera and give it a try. It’s pretty crazy that he let me do this because at the time we were living as students in this little one bedroom cinderblock apartment with a 3 year old, 2 year old and 3 month old. What can I say? I have impeccable timing. But it was one of those things where you just knew.

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Maker Interview: Michael Zaro of Coding Campus

Tell us a little about yourself.

I grew up in Seattle. I’m married with two wonderful little girls, I’m an entrepreneur, and I’m a Mormon. When I’ve got some free time I’m usually with the family at the ocean, in the mountains, or working in our garden. From time to time I sneak in some basketball and snowboarding.

 

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Michael with his wife, Karen, and their cute daughters.

 

How did you get started this industry?

I grew up pretty entrepreneurial, and always like the freedom that came from doing your own thing. I actually went to college with plans to become a dentist but after serving an LDS mission I started to realize that I like the running a practice part of dentistry, more than the fixing teeth part. So I started looking at options in business and took an e-business lecture series where we heard from a bunch of engineers in the tech and software space. A few months later I had launched my first tech startup and I’ve been in tech ever since.

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