Creating an inclusive space has been one of my own personal missions, and the mission of The Wellness Business Hub for quite some time now, so I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to interview the CEO and Founder of Girls Chronically Rock!, Keisha Greaves.
Since her diagnosis of Limb-Girdle Muscular dystrophy, Keisha has dedicated her time and efforts into creating a welcoming space and clothing line, to inspire and motivate others in the disability community.
In this episode of the Business of Becoming, Keisha and I dive right into Keisha’s road that has led her to create her adaptive clothing line, and future steps with developing an inclusive bathing suit line. Keisha is open and honest about what she has faced and continues to face while navigating life in the disability community as well as how she was able to face some of the mental blocks that come with being diagnosed with a chronic illness.
More About Keisha:
Girls Chronically Rock was inspired by Keisha Greaves who currently has Muscular Dystrophy and wanted to create something to help motivate, encourage, and let people know you rock and you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
Listen to Episode 203 below:
What We Talk About In This Episode:
- Keisha’s Road To Creating Girls Chronically Rock!
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Tools For Motivation To Help Fortify Mindset
- Accessibility In The Workplace
- Supporting Yourself Through A Diagnosis
- The Message That You Put Out In The World
- The Biggest Lessons Learned While Being An Entrepreneur
- The Importance Of Networking
- The Impact Of Covid For Accessibility In The Workplace
- Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Trust Your Abilities
- Girls Chronically Rock! Give away – Instagram!
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