Biz Boot Up Podcast Episode 61: Go the Extra Step with Sharon Thompson and ABC Brookie Break

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.

Sharon Thompson: Cofounder Masters House Art and Frame

Sharon, is the cofounder, along with her husband Steve, of Masters House Art and Frame.
With degrees in Elementary Education and Art, Sharon enjoys creating for others daily. Asking questions about their items to be framed, is a way Sharon attempts to get the vision for the projects she works on and then creates a frame that will “turn Memories into Heirlooms.” Award-winning designs on display in the shop show evidence of recognition in the national framing community.
Steve and Sharon are long-time residents of Moore and involved in community activities, raising 4 children in the Moore school system and are now enjoying the life of being grandparents.

ABC Brookie Break: Student Business

Braylee is 7 years old and loves to bake her own creations in the kitchen. She started ABC Brookie Break with her friends, Ainsley, and Capri (hence ABC). They bake the cookies and brownies at the same time! They even made Mason jars that you can bring it home and bake yourself. Braylee makes sure anyone who wants a sample gets one. This may be the first business idea she had, but will not be the last!

Key Takeaways:

  • Develop your people skills
  • Always go a little bit further
  • Keep a vision to go towards
  • Working with your friends makes all the difference

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