The Sweet Smell of Success: How Perfumer Kim Spadaro Sniffed Out Her Business

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Kim Spadaro didn’t know from the beginning what business she’d create. She had no idea she was even going to launch one. She was too busy working, raising kids, living her life. And then she caught the scent of something she had to follow, and that’s how Spadaro Luxury Fragrances was founded. Today, Kim Spadaro is the visionary and alchemist behind the successful business—which she launched at 45. You’ll find out how she did it, and how the only decision better than taking on her biggest client ever was leaving it. Plus: Stop waiting around for passion—Terri’s side note on her recent TEDx talk. Network With Us: • Subscribe to Whatever It Takes NetworkFacebook – Whatever It TakesTwitter – @TerriT Listen To Us On Podcast: • iTunesStitcher
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