Providing interview training, styling, model training and hair and make--‐up support, Gravel has been using her skills in the pageant industry since 1991 when she became one of the youngest Miss Georgia in the state’s history. Discussing entrepreneurship and her success with her new TV show, Gravel provides advice on how to find a work--‐life balance.
“I don’t believe we can have it all. I believe we can do it all but we can’t have it all. It’s an
Ebb and flow,” says Gravel in her interview with Lioness.
“Sometimes I’m working harder on my family and other days I’m working on my business harder. When I’m with these girls [at Pageant Place] I’m with them 100 percent. Sometimes when I’m on the mountaintop for my business I’m in the valley with my family.”
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
12 Startup Pitfalls
5 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
How to Master the Straddle Between Day Job and Startup
Negotiations – Get Your Worth
A sneak preview of Kim posing on the cover with her signature crown and sash can be seen in the attached image. More information about this story can be obtained by contacting Meghan Rothschild at Meghan@chikmedia.us.
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