SHIRA ON DENNON

Collective Hub - - MENTORING -

I have a fash­ion re­tail back­ground and started Gen­tSac [a sub­scrip­tion-based ser­vice for men’s groom­ing prod­ucts] at home. I was al­ways cu­rat­ing cool prod­ucts and toi­letries for my part­ner and he loved re­ceiv­ing these gifts. We re­alised it would be awe­some if there was a ser­vice that cu­rated these for guys, and Gen­tSac was born. I first met Dennon through his busi­ness part­ner at Seakyu Cre­ative. I no­ticed they were a tal­ented duo who could as­sist me with pho­tog­ra­phy and so­cial me­dia. Our syn­ergy grew from there.

LOOK­ING to your peers is ES­SEN­TIAL – we’re all con­stantly LEARN­ING.

I found my­self hav­ing a lot of con­ver­sa­tions with Dennon that lent them­selves to per­sonal de­vel­op­ment and the im­pact that it can have on your busi­ness. He’s so in­tel­li­gent and cre­ative that I could see that he would ben­e­fit from open­ing his mind to a greater self­aware­ness. I be­lieve that this can im­pact the re­la­tion­ships he builds and the projects he fo­cuses on, as well as their ex­e­cu­tion.

Look­ing to your peers is es­sen­tial – we’re all con­stantly learn­ing. It’s very re­ward­ing to share what you learn from the peo­ple you con­nect with. Men­tor­ship will evolve into a net­work of like-minded peo­ple. It’s about giv­ing back to a com­mu­nity of in­di­vid­u­als grow­ing along­side you.

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