Shunta Grant is the creator of Because of Zoe Designs, host of the Business, Life & Joy podcast, and a business educator teaching entrepreneurs how to build and grow successful businesses. She began Because of Zoe Designs in 2014 with a desire to create bows that she couldn’t find in the marketplace for her daughter. Using fun fabrics and a hanging light, she spent many late nights making bows in her family’s dining room. In less than a year’s time, what began as a hobby quickly turned into a business when retail stores began to request Because of Zoe Designs on their shelves. By 2015, Because of Zoe had grown to a place that allowed Shunta to realize her dreams and walk away from the practice of law in order to run toward full-time entrepreneurship.
Shunta is an ardent advocate for enterprising women who want to take control of their lives by turning their talents and abilities into satisfying and profitable businesses. She teaches entrepreneurs how to confidently prioritize their life all while putting in the work that is necessary to see tangible and measurable results in their businesses. She teaches creatives how to put forth the most efficient steps in goal execution, how to identify their core values and ideal clients, and how to cultivate and grow a loyal league among customers.
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Shunta’s commitment to helping entrepreneurs choose harmony over hustle shines through all that she does. As such, Shunta is a passionate advocate for working to allow your business to fit within your life and living out your priorities each day. She has found that this is what truly leads to having a business and life filled with joy! To learn more about Shunta's business courses, visit her website.
When Shunta isn’t helping women run businesses they love, or making fun new bows for Because of Zoe Designs, she can be found reading a good book, taking a class at the gym or walking the aisles of Target and TJ Maxx with her daughter, Zoe.
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