Trusting God While Running Small Businesses, Female Entrepreneurs Share Their Stories

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Being a business owner is not always as glamorous as it looks, but it is highly rewarding, say entrepreneurs Hope Harvard and Macy Maxson. 

Harvard, founder of the makeup company Hope Beauty, was eager to find a new purpose after working in the Trump administration. The South Carolina native says the idea for a makeup line inspired by the women of the Bible came to her suddenly one morning after a great deal of prayer, and even some tears.

Running her own business has proven to be challenging, but Harvard says she has found much joy in creating makeup products for women that remind them of their natural beauty in Christ. 

Similar to Harvard, entrepreneurship has been a journey full of ups and downs for Maxson, founder of the tampon subscription company Garnuu

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After launching her company in 2020, a number of tampon brands began claiming women were not the only people who can have periods. As a believer in biological truth, Maxson decided to use her platform to celebrate women and remind society that only women have periods. 

Despite facing some backlash on social media, Maxson insists periods are a “girls-only club.”

Harvard and Maxson recently sat down with the “Problematic Women” podcast to share their stories of business ownership and what advice they would give to women who desire to be entrepreneurs. 

Listen to the podcast below:

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