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Beatrice Pitocco Is Raising $150,000 For Underprivileged Kids In Peru

What you’ll learn in this interview:

  1. The importance of staying true to yourself
  2. Why charity is important
  3. The concept of philentrepreneur
  4. Why working ‘hard’ is an antiquated concept
  5. Why passion in anything you do is important

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1. What do you do? Who do you help?

After leading a small team using my experiences in nutrition, organic gardening and business to create an innovative and successful non-profit-organization through collaboration, integrity and passion, I started to recognize where there was a human need.

So I started researching, initiating and developing businesses and have been setting up successful and sustainable aid projects. This is how I started my NGO, Living Heart Peru.

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2. List your favorite business tools.

SOCIAL MEDIA

EMAIL MARKETING

  • ConvertKit – great for any type of business or nonprofit.

DIGITAL PRODUCT

ACCOUNTING

  • QuickBooks Online – every business needs accounting software to help you focus on expanding the business.

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3. What is a good course, website or book you would recommend and why?

COURSES

  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – the book offers a keen perspective as to why we often fail in life. Consumed with the perceptions of others, concerned with the presumed permanence of existence.  I listened to the audio book, which is narrated in such a way that keeps the listener interested.

WEBSITES

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Best Advice

4. What is the best piece of advice you have received?

  • If someone hurts you, remember that ‘hurt’ people, hurt people. Do not take it personally.
  • If something breaks your heart, pick up the pieces and give pieces of your heart to everyone you meet.

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5. What advice would you give to other entrepreneurs?

  • Don’t give up. If you are passionate about something stay true to it. Adjust when you need to but don’t give up.
  • Give something back; find a passion other than yourself or your own success. Make your success someone else’s also. I’ve become a Philanthropist Entrepreneur or a Philentrepreneur- merging the two together.

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6. What is your beauty and/or fitness routine?

BEAUTY ROUTINE

  • Drink loads of water.
  • Eat to survive, most of us eat too much.
  • Smile, it makes everyone look so much better.

FITNESS ROUTINE

  • Jogging for 30-40 min 5x per day.
  • Taking my dog for a 30 min walk every day.

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7. List the products or items that are indispensable in your life.

  • Coconut Oil – great for skin, teeth, everything!
  • My iPhone – it is my tool.

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Business Models

8. Which female entrepreneur(s) do you look up to and why?

  • Suze Orman – she’s smart and unapologetically so
  • Jessica Alba – she pivoted, adjusted and went from actor to entrepreneur

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9. List your social media platforms.

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Former National Wedding Sales Manager, Elaine Rau lost her brother-in-law, her job, and her home all in one week. Stuck in a developing country with no job opportunities, she had to learn how to make an income online... ASAP. So she spent her last bit of savings, $12.18 to be exact, and invested in a blog domain: LadyBossBlogger.com. Since its conception, LadyBossBlogger has garnered a massive audience of 150K in under 2 years. It's a platform that helps female entrepreneurs learn how to start, grow and scale their own online businesses and blogs. Email ladybossblogger@gmail.com to request the resources you need!

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