Jan 15, 2017
Natalie Scheffler and Jonnie Taylor are our talented guests today. They attend Hoover High School in North Canton, Ohio.
Jonnie, Natalie, and several classmates created a company called Pawsitively Remembered. They share about the development of the company, their two products - wind chimes and dog tags, along with the animals in their lives.
Pawsitively Remembered Website
Please note: Make sure to place your orders for a wind chime or a dog tag by May 2017, in time for the end of school.
Junior Achievement is the organization that supports the entrepreneurship program.
The Myers Briggs personality inventory is a popular assessment that gives each participant a four letter type, one of sixteen. Natalie and Jonnie are both ESTJ’s (Extrovert Sensing Thinking Judging), while Harold is an INFP (Introvert Intuitive Feeling Perceiving).
Pawsitive Ohio, the not-for-profit organization where part of their proceeds will go.
Hoover High School, home of the Vikings
Pictured in the group photo (left to right)
Thank you Jonnie Taylor and Natalie Scheffler! And thanks to Eileen Mitchell, guest on episode 33, for connecting me with Natalie.
If you want to join our animal rescue community and receive two free bonus dog-training resources from Irith Bloom, positive reinforcement dog trainer, go to http://thisispawprint.com/ask. Irith can be found at http://www.thesophisticateddog.com/
All of Pawprint's music is composed by Luke Gartner-Brereton. Luke is a musician based in Australia, and he composes a wide variety of songs and musical loops http://vanillagroovestudios.com http://soundcloud.com/luke-gartnerbrereton
If you want to learn more about Nancy and Harold, go to our About Us page at http://thisispawprint.com/about or listen to our introductory podcast episode, "Fifty Puppies and a Podcast." http://thisispawprint.com/000
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