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Starting a Biz? Here Are 4 Success Tips You Might Want to Ignore

w.e.l.l. Insiders

November 27, 2017

We’re excited to share this clip featuring Shira and Goodie Girl which appeared on the Well Insiders site.

Success stories can provide awesome inspiration and actionable advice when you?re?building or growing a business, but popular tips don?t always work for every person or endeavor. Shira Berk, the creator of the healthy (and incredibly tasty) Goodie Girl Cookies, knows first-hand how true this can be?in fact, she?s achieved business success by ignoring some of the most popular pieces of advice that people have given her. Read on to get Berk’s take on four times you might listen or decide to do things your own way.

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Change Someone Life This Giving Tuesday

This #GivingTuesday, with every website purchase Goodie Girl Cookies will donate crayons and a fresh batch of milk & cookies to kids who head home to a shelter after school, partnering with the organization Art Start. Art Start kids live in city shelters, on the streets, are involved in court cases, or surviving with parents in crisis. Through Art Starts daily creative arts workshops taking place inside some of the city’s loneliest places, at-risk youth collaborate with local teaching artists and educators who donate their time and guidance to nurture the youths creativity and talents.

Please help us support this worthy cause and make your cookie purchase count on #givingtuesday

64 Female Entrepreneurs Share What They Are Thankful For
by Aly Walansky

One of the most amazing holiday traditions is those that make us stop for a moment and take stock of all the things we are thankful for. Thanksgiving is special for so many reasons, but for many female entrepreneurs, it gives them an opportunity to reflect on their own business journey and appreciate all those little moments that made a difference. Here, from celebrities to small business CEOs, and many in between, female entrepreneurs share those pivotal parts of their career that made all the difference.

Shira Berk, Founder of GOODIE GIRL COOKIES
“I was in a high-power job but I needed to see a fertility specialist to have kids and I couldn’t take the time I needed there. I am thankful that I realized being a mom was the most important thing in my life, and left that job to find my true self and calm down. It enabled me to get pregnant, stop freaking out that I wouldn’t ever have kids, and focus on what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.”

Her Justice

Her Justice engages the talent and resources of New York City’s law firms, bringing together committed lawyers and determined women to secure life-changing results. Gluten-Free Goodie Girl Cookies enjoyed the day in NYC.