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Jun 23, 2020

Being a woman in a male-dominated field comes with its own set of challenges, but Jodi Huettner believes it shouldn’t hold someone back. The Founder and CEO of Helga Wear Inc., Jodi has a background in engineering and helps companies across industries find more safety and more money with body-specific gear for tradeswomen and women in active and outdoor STEM positions.

Listen in as Jodi shares how she turned her passion into a business and works to level the playing field for women in male-dominated industries. You will learn how Helga Wear is solving problems for both women and the companies they work for, why community is important as an entrepreneur, and so much more.

“Women are not a scaled-down version of the male body dimension.” - Jodi Huettner

This Week on Young Money:

  • How Jodi’s passion led to her success.
  • Why community is a big component to success.
  • How mentors can make all the difference to a successful venture.
  • Why it’s important to tap into resources as an entrepreneur.
  • Jodi’s number one financial advice for entrepreneurs.
  • What bootstrapping a business means and how to leverage it to your advantage.
  • How to foster resilience as an entrepreneur.

Key takeaways:

  1. Be passionate about what you do.
  2. Take advice from those who have come before you.
  3. Leverage your community.
  4. Don’t take no for an answer.
  5. Hustle hard to get what you want.
  6. Stay resilient.

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