Biz Boot Up Podcast Episode 42: Jumping into the Deep End with Kim Torres and Braden Breinholt

Welcome to the Business Boot-Up Edition of The Dreamers and Doers Podcast! We believe you are never too young to start a business. We’re bringing you live interviews from Loveworks Leadership in Norman, OK. Each of our episodes includes interviews with our youngest and more experienced entrepreneurs who will inspire, educate and give you an action step to help your leadership and business!

Powered by the Norman Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by First United Bank.

Kim Torres: owner of Nosh Restaurant and Creative Creations Catering

 Kim is the owner of Nosh Restaurant and Creative Creations Catering.  She made the bold decision to branch out on her own after years in the corporate side of the restaurant industry. With the experience, confidence, and drive she hung up the hat in the restaurant management business and took on the customer-driven catering world. Catering Creations opened its doors in 2009 after finding the space for her first catering kitchen. Catering Creations has always held steadfast to the principle of “people first, food second.” In 2015, a space with a restaurant became available for lease and Kim opened Nosh, which means “to eat enthusiastically. Kim’s vision for the restaurant is to center everything on sharing great food and fellowship. As a local business, she understands the importance of taking care of each and every person.

Braden Breinholt: founding member of Wristworld

Braden is a 16 soon to be 17 year old Junior at Norman High school he’s been part of Loveworks since 7th grade and when he’s not balancing volunteering, schoolwork, and being one of the founding members of REAL Tech, a tech company specializing in augmented reality, to create Wristworld. He can be found working outside with his Bees on his mission to save some bees and make some delicious honey.

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of making connections
  • Follow your dreams
  • Work on your business not just for it
  • Research is vital but sometimes you have to jump off into the deep end

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