Chapter 106-Walton of Black Woman Owned

Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Walton.

In this chapter, Walton talks about growing up in and being obsessed with North Carolina, and how she believes growing up in the country gave her more patience and manners. She shares that because of bad grades, she was usually in the house, and how growing up in a strict household impacted her first taste of freedom.

Walton talks about the women in her family and the gifts they gave her. She breaks down for us her journey of trying to work in corporate, developing a relationship to the point of marriage and their first child, and the opportunity that launched her into doing work she’s passionate about.

Walton says that community is important for entrepreneurs, and talks about how she’s developing her community, what they tell her they need, and how she wants to support them in meeting their financial goals. She of course talks travel, her super simple self-care routine, and how embracing her faith has carried her through.

Walton says by supporting the Black women businesses in her directory, you’re supporting her. So head to the website here, and socially you can connect on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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