Her investment focus was on B2C technology startups, namely, e-commerce, marketplace, and brands — leading her to be recognized as a Forbes 30 under 30 VC in Before becoming an investor, she led multi-channel growth strategy for Estee Lauder Companies. There, her focus was taking their traditionally offline, department-store brands and building out a direct-to-consumer and digital marketing strategy for customer acquisition and engagement. Lisa started out at the Boston Consulting Group, working with Fortune retail and healthcare technology clients on brand, customer experience and market entry strategy. Lisa holds a Bachelors of Arts with Honors in Communication and Marketing from the University of Pennsylvania, where she also graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with the top scholar-athlete accolades as a member of the Varsity Cross Country and Track teams.
What do you consider your top 3 core values and how do they affect how you lead your business?
I always remind myself that there are many things that are out of my control, but the one thing I can control is how I react to them. Some of her ability to take command of situations started well before her career began. You see, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pennsylvania while also receiving two prestigious scholar-athlete awards, and attended Wharton for her MBA.
Lisa Barnett is the co-founder of Little Spoon, a brand built for the modern parent that is rethinking the sleepy industry of highly processed, unhealthy baby food by delivering high quality, fresh baby food right to your door. Her investment focus was on B2C technology startups, namely, e-commerce, marketplace, and brands - leading her to be recognized as a Forbes 30 under 30 VC in First and foremost is persistence and hustle. As an entrepreneur, you cannot be afraid to put yourself and your ideas out there and figure out how to give them life. I honestly assume I am going to have to try 1, ways before something starts to work. I think people often overemphasize ideation as the typical and essential entrepreneurial activity. Ideas are great, but they are a dime a dozen.
He says he hasn't loved me for the last 2 years and was only staying for the sake of the kids. I've a,ready been a single parent once. Good communication, love, support and understanding are the things you should consider. I grew away from mine as my husband then-boyfriend slowly grew closer to his Mormon faith. I'm a nevermo, but I married a then TBM girl, so maybe my perspective will be of help to you. I agree with what you and so many of the other replies have said: Listen with an open heart and curiosity. I decided to do the mormon thing and just not think about it too much right now. I'd gladly give it all up to have him and feel wanted. Plan on knowing their religion better than they do at all times. I'll paste a URL with links to all of them at the end of this message.