Jun 25, 2019
Jocelyn Molyneux is the Founder of Wastenot Farms, a company that uses red wiggler worms to recycle and compost food and paper waste from offices in Toronto, creating a nutrient-loaded soil booster for urban gardeners. Jocelyn has worked for companies such as ZooShare Biogas Co-operative, Pride Toronto, and Turtle Island Recycling Corporation. She has an M.A.Sc. in Environmental Science and Management, a Bachelor of Business Administration Management and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Neuroscience from Bishop’s University.
Jocelyn joins me today to share her motivations and the experiences that led to creating a business. She highlights how she became a specialist in her field and how vital it was for her success. She describes how a full-time job supported her while developing her business. She also shares how important it is to invest in yourself and consider whether financial risks are worth taking.
“Really drill down and become an expert. Once you’re an expert, you’re that much more valuable.” - Jocelyn Molyneux
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