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Cincinnati Chamber’s WE Lead program assists women in getting to the next level of their careers.

Clarissa Doggett, Senior Operational Leader under Medical Operations at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, felt like her career was at a standstill before she participated in WE Lead.

“I felt like I was experiencing a plateau in both my professional and personal life, therefore I was seeking something that would challenge me, but most importantly help me identify why I’m currently in a plateau,” says Doggett. 

WE Lead is a 10-month executive leadership development experience from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber for high-potential, goal-oriented women actively preparing for the next level of their career. 

WE Lead brings together high-achieving, professional women from a variety of backgrounds to learn from one another and creating a strong, supportive network. Through a combination of professional development and executive coaching, participants learn leadership skills and strategies unique to their personal and professional development.

The Leadership Center’s WE Lead program is different from other leadership development programs offered by chambers throughout the region because it offers several opportunities for participants to improve and gain new ideas throughout its 10-month course, where other programs only offer small nuggets of opportunity and guidance at one-time events. 

Clarissa Doggett, Senior Operational Leader under Medical Operations at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

“I was so focused on trying to improve professionally I did not realize that this program would allow me to dig deeper personally as well. It definitely assisted me with trying to find a healthy balance between professional and personal,” says Doggett. 

During the month of March, the Chamber kicked off the opening of WE Lead applications for Class 16 and celebrated International Women’s History Month by honoring WE Lead alumni and women in the region who have become incredible leaders and role models. WE Lead alumni shared their experiences and highlighted the women in their lives who have inspired, encouraged, or empowered them along their leadership journeys. Check out #WELeadCincy to hear how WE Lead has impacted our alumni and the meaningful relationships they built.

When asked about what she enjoyed most about the program, Doggett says it was the chance to look inward and focus on herself for a change.

“I appreciate simply being comfortable to bring my authentic self in every discussion without feeling judged. As women, I think it’s hard for us to be vulnerable because we want to always strive to be strong, and in general we tend to struggle with finding a sense of belonging, particularly when it comes to leading. I didn’t imagine that this program would also help me identify personal things in my life that were inadvertently feeding into this ‘plateau’ state I was experiencing. It has allowed me to think deeper, reflect on things I value the most and identify what actually motivates me to be great,” she says.

“If you are looking to be comfortable with being uncomfortable and growing professionally and personally while connecting with other amazing women leaders throughout our region, I would highly encourage you to apply for this amazing program,” adds Doggett. 

“We hear time and time again that women are so appreciative of WE Lead as it pushes them to enhance their leadership and provides an opportunity to develop life-long relationships with an incredible network of women who will help them advance locally,” says Vice President of the Leadership Center Amy Thompson.

There have been more than 600 graduates of the WE Lead program through the Leadership Center at the Cincinnati Chamber. You can see a list of previous graduates by clicking here

There is a competitive process to participate in WE Lead, including an application and references. Applications for the upcoming WE Lead program are open now and will close on May 21, 2021. Click here to apply.

 

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Free up space in your daily routine and your mind with this mindset and productivity coach.

Laura Albers knows all about the struggles that a busy lifestyle, medical issues, and wellness difficulties can cause. As a woman, she wanted to find a way to help support and empower female entrepreneurs, so she launched Albers Mind & Body Wellness.

Albers focuses mainly on health and wellness coaches and mental health therapists, to help take away their fears and eliminate limiting beliefs while also helping them to feel more confident while creating a soul-centered business that not only helps them find success but also maintains their sanity. 

Albers Mind & Body Wellness started in January 2017 as a coaching and counseling practice.

“My passion was to help women focus on self-care without all the guilt, free up more of their time and energy, and overcome health challenges like emotional eating, insomnia, autoimmune disorders, and anxiety and depression,” she says. 

However, in the 4 years since she first launched her business, Albers has taken on another approach to helping clients.

“While I still often help clients with many of those challenges, over the years, I’ve transitioned into focusing primarily on mindset, productivity, and business coaching for female health and wellness coaches and entrepreneurs,” she says. 

Albers is passionate about helping women take care of themselves, and she wants to help change how the world views self-care as being something that frees up your time and energy while also eliminating the clutter that can bog you down.

Albers has worked as a mental health therapist with a specialty in trauma for nearly 20 years. She also holds a master certification in wellness coaching and is a consultant for The International Association of Wellness Professionals. “I now specialize as a mindset, productivity, and business coach for female health and wellness coaches and entrepreneurs,” she says. 

Following some scary medical diagnoses, Albers found that the changes she was forced to make in her life helped to propel her toward a new career in wellness coaching, holistic health, and functional medicine.

“After adopting many new healthy habits, self-care, and stress management practice, I became obsesses with the amazing results I was experiencing,” she says. 

Albers offers three main coaching programs through her business: 

  1. Quick Wins VIP Strategy Session: for female health and wellness coaches, entrepreneurs, and busy female professionals who are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, exhausted, and a lack of time and energy. Your 90-minute VIP strategy session is completely customized to your unique needs, challenges, and top 1-2 results you most desire. Three of my more common Quick Wins sessions include: Set Yourself Up Like a B.O.S.S., Reclaim Your Calendar, and Successful Certification. Click here to learn more.
  2. Emotional Clutter Cleanse (ECC): a 12-week program designed to help female health and wellness coaches and entrepreneurs clear their emotional clutter and unproductive habits. We work through the fears and limiting beliefs keeping you stuck and from creating your successful coaching practice. Building confidence, creating more productive habits, and freeing up your precious time and energy to re-invest into your business, family, and life are the primary goals of ECC.
  3. Business Building Breakthrough (BBB): a 16-week program for female health and wellness coaches and entrepreneurs to not only create a success mindset, but primarily to build your successful coaching business. No more feeling stuck, overwhelmed, scattered, and disappointed with lackluster business results. This program is designed to take you through all vital aspects of creating your dream coaching business, including nailing your niche, creating an enticing and irresistible signature system and various levels of support to meet your clients’ needs, creating content and nurturing your audience, confidently conducting discovery calls without feeling sleezy or salesy, and promoting your business even if you’re an introvert or have no marketing skills.

Services can also be customized to address the needs of clients, including their unique challenges, to get them the results they’re searching for. 

While it may feel like there are wellness coaches popping up everywhere, Albers likes to point to the two thing she believes makes Albers Mind & Body Wellness unique. 

“I teach self-care in a way that starts with clearing instead of adding more to your never-ending to-do list,” she says. “I help my clients free up their emotional clutter, limited beliefs, negative self talk, fears, and unproductive habits so they can be more present in their relationships and in their business.” 

Additionally, she says that her training as a mental health therapist, a wellness coach, and a business coach helps her to understand all the pieces that come together in helping clients find success in all aspects of their lives.

“If one area is out of balance or isn’t working for you, like your health, stress, or relationships, it will dramatically impact the focus, happiness, and success you’ll have in your business,” says Albers. “I help my clients address any and all areas where they’re feeling stuck. It’s like having a business coach, health coach, and therapist all rolled into one!”

Albers is exited about the direction her business is heading. She is co-hosting a new group coaching program with Suzanne Monroe, founder of The International Association of Wellness Professionals that offers a dual certification in advanced coaching skills and virtual business mastery. 

She also recently launched a new Masterclass, called “Clearing the Emotional Clutter: 3 Steps to Reclaim 5+ Hours This Week.”

“The class is a 2 hour self-paced virtual class that gives you specific strategies and action steps to free up your precious time and energy,” says Albers.

Later in 2021, Albers will launch a new free training called “5 Failproof Steps to Create Your Dream Coaching Biz.” 

“It’s a free 5-part video training series for health and wellness coaches to help them jumpstart their business building,” explains Albers. “I’ll also be creating some online courses for entrepreneurs on productivity, creating confidence, and business building strategies.”

You can keep up with the news on this launch, as well as learn more about the coaching services Albers offers, on the Albers Mind & Body Wellness website.

When you visit the website, you’ll find a free 7-day self-care challenges that you can download while also receiving a weekly email newsletter. “I like to share simple, actionable tips around mindset, productivity, marketing, business, and self-care,” she says. 

Albers Mind & Body Wellness is also on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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WE Lead prepares professional women for the next step in their careers—and lives.

WE Lead is a 10-month executive leadership development experience from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber for high-potential, goal-oriented women actively preparing for the next level of their career. 

WE Lead brings together high-achieving, professional women from a variety of backgrounds to learn from one another and creating a strong, supportive network. Through a combination of professional development and executive coaching, participants learn leadership skills and strategies unique to their personal and professional development.

Clarissa Doggett, Senior Operational Leader under Medical Operations at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, is a participant of WE Lead who says she joined the program to help her determine her next steps professionally but found that the program was also personally beneficial.

“I felt like I was experiencing a plateau in both my professional and personal life, therefore I was seeking something that would challenge me, but most importantly help me identify why I’m currently in a plateau,” says Doggett. “I was so focused on trying to improve professionally I did not realize that this program would allow me to dig deeper personally as well. It definitely assisted me with trying to find a healthy balance between professional and personal.”

During the month of March, the Chamber kicked off the opening of WE Lead applications for Class 16 and celebrated International Women’s History Month by honoring WE Lead alumni and women in the region who have become incredible leaders and role models. WE Lead alumni shared their experiences and highlighted the women in their lives who have inspired, encouraged, or empowered them along their leadership journeys. Check out #WELeadCincy to hear how WE Lead has impacted our alumni and the meaningful relationships they built.

Clarissa Doggett, Senior Operational Leader under Medical Operations at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

The Leadership Center’s WE Lead program is different from other leadership development programs offered by chambers throughout the region because it offers several opportunities for participants to improve and gain new ideas throughout its 10-month course, where other programs only offer small nuggets of opportunity and guidance at one-time events. 

When asked about what she enjoyed most about the program, Doggett says it was the chance to look inward and focus on herself for a change.

“I appreciate simply being comfortable to bring my authentic self in every discussion without feeling judged. As women, I think it’s hard for us to be vulnerable because we want to always strive to be strong, and in general we tend to struggle with finding a sense of belonging, particularly when it comes to leading. I didn’t imagine that this program would also help me identify personal things in my life that were inadvertently feeding into this ‘plateau’ state I was experiencing. It has allowed me to think deeper, reflect on things I value the most and identify what actually motivates me to be great,” she says.

“If you are looking to be comfortable with being uncomfortable and growing professionally and personally while connecting with other amazing women leaders throughout our region, I would highly encourage you to apply for this amazing program,” adds Doggett. 

“We hear time and time again that women are so appreciative of WE Lead as it pushes them to enhance their leadership and provides an opportunity to develop life-long relationships with an incredible network of women who will help them advance locally,” says Vice President of the Leadership Center Amy Thompson.

There have been more than 600 graduates of the WE Lead program through the Leadership Center at the Cincinnati Chamber. You can see a list of previous graduates by clicking here

There is a competitive process to participate in WE Lead, including an application and references. Applications for the upcoming WE Lead program are open now and will close on May 21, 2021. Click here to apply.

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Being an entrepreneur is not always easy. In fact, it can be hard! And yet you still decided to become one. Our business and life coach identifies one key way on how to grow successfully.

Too many women business owners lack the clarity and support they need to grow successfully. Doing it all on your own can be like running in quicksand. I’ve run and scaled several companies and know all too well how paralyzing it can feel. 

You are full of great ideas but often have no clear strategy to implement them.

Shooting from the hip while watching others succeed is frustrating. It makes you wonder how they have it, and you don’t? 

The reality is, running a business is hard no matter who you are.

Unfortunately, there is no magic wand to win in the marketplace. However, with effort, the right strategy, and the guidance of someone who’s been there, your business can thrive too. 

Time and time again, I’ve seen once struggling entrepreneurs pull in six figures.

There are plenty of tools available to teach you how to successfully grow your business, but it’s the execution of the knowledge and information learned that ignites the magic. The challenge is you’re trying to overcome the overwhelm of growing your business and simply don’t have (or make) time to implement the tools. 

What are other successful entrepreneurs doing to reach their entrepreneur goals? 

Successful entrepreneurs are identifying the obstacles, getting the support of a mentor/coach, and creating a plan on how to overcome them.

The result? An empowered woman entrepreneur equipped with the clarity she needs to be a confident and profitable business owner while being held accountability and supported through each challenge of scaling her business successfully.

If you doubt whether you’ve got what it takes, I totally get it. Imposter syndrome is real. Let me reassure you. With the right guidance, you, too, can build the business of your dreams.

To learn more grab a copy of “The Number One Secrete to Small Business Success” at melissakirkpatrickbusinesscoach.com.

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A local nonprofit on a mission to help women in the workforce is moving to a new location.

The mission behind Dress for Success is to provide interview attire to women returning or entering the workforce as well as a variety of workforce development programs offering a lifetime of career support to women in the community. 

However, they recently announced big news. Dress for Success Cincinnati is preparing to move into a new location in Norwood. To support that goal, they’re also launching a $1.2 million campaign called TransformHER.

Pam Sibcy and Lisa Massa are serving as the campaign chairs for TransformHER and head the upcoming plans to move in June 2021. 

The move, which resulted from their current downtown Cincinnati location being converted to residential units, was officially initiated after a thorough search. 

“While we were not eager to leave our current location and its favorable lease—especially during the pandemic, our building was sold, and we had no choice, ” says Dress for Success Executive Director, Lisa Nolan. “But, we are using this as an opportunity to think and plan strategically for our future.” 

The new location for Dress for Success Cincinnati will allow for headquarter offices, a styling boutique, a clothing donation center, and the ability to co-located the earned-income venture and resale boutique Portaluca. 

“Having such a large space gives us the chance to provide even more seamless delivery of client services and pushed us to dream bigger for ourselves,” says Nolan.   

In terms of the TransformHER Campaign to help with the relocation, this first-ever funding campaign in the organization’s 22-year history aims to raise $1.2 million, of which $650,000 is already raised. 

“These funds are needed to relocated the organization to its new home, further develop programs to support its clients, and ensure sustainability for the future,” the organization says. 

There are three parts to the campaign:

  • Moving to a large location that allows for cohesive programming and strategic growth
  • Setting up a Fund for the Future which can only be distributed at the Board of Directors’ discretion for new opportunities, programs, and important growth
  • Building fundraising capacity by establishing a Major Gifts program and recruiting a development director

“The three-pronged plan provides the foundation necessary to further help women out of poverty and achieve economic independence,” the organization says in a press release.

 And today, the mission behind Dress for Success Cincinnati has never been more prevalent. Women have been the hardest hit during the pandemic as a recent CNBC report shared that more than 2.3 million women left the workforce since the onset of the pandemic in February 2020. 

“Millions of women are being pulled into poverty, forced into looking for work in an environment of tough competition, or both,” Dress for Success Cincinnati says. “The impact of poverty on women and their families can be long-lasting. Therefore, addressing all women’s needs is central to improving the quality of life for women and her family, future generations, and the community.” 

The new Dress for Success Cincinnati location will be at 4623 Wesley Avenue in Norwood. Learn more about the organization and their mission to provide interview attire to women returning or entering the workforce at https://dfscincy.org. To learn more about the TransformHER campaign or to make a donation in support of the campaign, go to dfscincy.org/transformher

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Latest figures from the Bureau of Labor reveal that Ohio’s private industry employers reported almost 92,000 workplace injuries and illnesses in 2019. More than half of these were considered serious, involving at least one day off from work. In addition to dealing with the stress and pain of recovering from injury, returning to work after an accident can be overwhelming. This is especially true if you are already juggling the needs of your family and other commitments. As well as making sure you are physically fit, knowing that you have adequate financial, legal and social support can help to ensure a smooth return to work.
 
Finalize a Compensation Claim
 
If your injuries were because of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may have filed a claim for compensation while you were off work. Research has shown that a stressful settlement process can be detrimental to long-term recovery, and also increase the time it takes to return to work. Legal professionals at FVF Law understand that it can be intimidating to negotiate a fair settlement. However, with reliable legal support you will be in a better position to complete your claim promptly, receive an appropriate amount of financial compensation and get back to work sooner.
 
Take Adequate Sick Leave
 
A number of studies have shown that working when sick can prolong ill health and can increase the risk of having to take more time off over a year later.  While you might feel you need to get back to work as soon as possible, if you are not fully recovered your work and your health may suffer. Whether you are working from home or have returned to the office, it is important to take proper sick days when you are feeling unwell. 
 
Look for Social Support
 
Even once you have physically recovered from your injuries, there are several other factors that may influence how quickly you are able to settle back in at work once you return. If necessary start with a less pressurized role and if your injuries limit the type of work you can undertake, make sure your employers are aware.  Social support is important and sharing your feelings and concerns about returning to work with your family, colleagues and employer can be very beneficial in ensuring the process runs smoothly.
 
Recovery from an accident can be a long and overwhelming process. Even when you are feeling better, returning to work too quickly without plenty of support can be detrimental to your productivity and prolong your recovery to full health.

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Read about an upcoming event to help you nail down your money personality.

Have you ever thought about why, where and how you spend your money?

SheMoolah believes that by understanding and joining forces with your money archetype, or money personality, you will introduce new riches and lead a more fulfilling life. 

Are you a Maverick, an Alchemist, a Romantic or one of the other 8 money personalities?  How averse are you to risk? How do you feel about giving money to the less fortunate versus investing for future growth?  In order to better manage your money you must first recognize your positive and negative money patterns, find clarity and create a plan to proceed forward.   

“When you understand how money impacts your decision and relationships, you can understand how to make better conscious choices for the future” said Dawn Parks, co-founder of SheMoolah.  “If we can fall in love with our personality, we can identify how we are helping or hurting our ability to achieve life and financial goals.”

Liz Kitchell, co-founder of SheMoolah added “Once we recognize our money personalities, we can have more effective, transparent discussions with ourselves, team members, planners and significant others.”

Take a sneek peek of SheMoolah’s Money Personality event by joining their event on April 14th at 11:30am ET on Zoom. SheMoolah will walk through how each personality type deals specifically with budgeting, money details, accumulation, spending and investing for the future.  

RSVP HERE for free due to the generosity of Paycor.

Learn more about SheMoolah’s classes, offerings and expertise at shemoolah.com.

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We're chatting with a locally-based wedding photographer to learn more about how she's capturing couples' timeless memories.

Photo: Odessa James Photography

Shelby Odessa Albertz credits wedding photographs for inspiring her to become a wedding photographer. She says it was the look on her grandmother’s face that stuck out and stayed with her.

“It radiated her genuine laugh as my grandfather swept her away in their getaway car for a moment alone,” she says. “I’d like to think that in reflecting on that photo, my grandparents felt a renewed rush of love as they remembered their wedding day. Ultimately, that is my goal.”

Albertz aims to capture those moments and inspire them to fall morein love through their photos.

“If I can create heirlooms that bring authentic joy and love into the hearts ofmy couples both in the moment and for decades to come, then I’ve absolutely done my job,” she adds. 

Today she is the owner of Odessa James Photography, a Cincinnati-based destination wedding photography company. 

Albertz focuses solely on couple sessions and wedding or elopement photography.

With a background in graphic design, Albertz has a knack for telling stories through a camera lens. “As a graphic designer I created visuals for brands that told their story and spoke to their consumer,” she says. “I was capturing images for some of these companies when I got tagged by a friend to last-minute assist him with a wedding. Long story short, I found that crafting gorgeous photos for real couples in real moments was so much more fulfilling.”

Albertz says that when she’s photographing, she focuses on her client. “Showing you off is key,” she says. “Your photos should 100% reflect you two and your story. At Odessa James, we keep our style timeless and let our posing be inspired by you. We don’t force fit trendy editing filters or make each couple do the same poses. Instead, I get to know you both and develop a relationship with you so when it comes to your photos, you can let loose and just be you.”

With a sense of normalcy on the horizon, Albertz says she’s busier than ever with destination weddings and she’s excited to share her knowledge with other up-and-coming photographers through her West Arrow Workshops. 

“We’re so excited to safely host some amazing shoots and lessons out in areas like Sedona and Yosemite this year,” she adds.

You can learn more about Odessa James Photography at www.odessajames.com. You can also get social with her on Facebook and Instagram.

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One local entrepreneur is helping young women and teens find themselves and feel confident in uncomfortable situations. 

Shelby Speaks is an organization that helps young women and teens.

Mahatma Gandhi said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” 

Shelby Pressley is on a mission to be that change through her coaching business Shelby Speaks.  

“Shelby Speaks is the brand I created that encompasses my passion for motivational speaking, education, and self-awareness for young girls and women as they learn about themselves and their individual paths through life,” she says. 

The inspiration for such a business started back in 2019 when Pressley was going through a transition in her career and found herself doing some soul searching.  

“I was thinking about my skill sets and things that interested me and how I could merge the two,” she explains. “I made a list and the two things that stood out to me was my love for education and my desire to educate young women.” 

From there she started building a curriculum that specifically focused on girls and young women, and touched on the things they wouldn’t learn inside a classroom.  

“I wanted to have an open dialogue and a safe space for girls to discuss things like sexual health, bullying, dating, anxiety/depression, self-esteem, and personal goal setting for the future,” says Pressley.  

She says the curriculum was built around one question: What were the things I wish an older woman would have shared with me? 

As the one-woman show behind Shelby Speaks, Pressley says that her self-awareness and experience with many female youth struggles helps her to stay motivated and passionate about what she’s doing to help today’s youth.  

“I want to be that bridge that expresses they’re not alone and equip them with tools they can use now and as they continue to grow,” she says. “I create lesson plans and curriculums that target many of the issues young women are currently facing but may not feel comfortable disclosing to a parent or guardian yet.” 

Before COVID struck, Pressley was teaching weekly classes at Hughes STEM High School, her own alma mater, to the seventh and eighth grade girls. Two days a week she was having engaging discussions with the girls as well as group activities and weekly challenges. She’s also hosted group events and various speaking engagements at Mount St. Joseph University and the University of Dayton, and has worked with individual girls on a one-on-one basis to help them personally address challenges they are facing.  

While her business model has been altered due to the pandemic, she’s still enjoying working with her current clients and having a positive impact on their lives. 

“I absolutely love when I have someone who reaches back out to me and says that something I’ve taught them helped them get through a difficult situation or that they had an encounter like something we previously discussed and felt confident and comfortable on how to handle it because they remembered what I said,” she says. “I think one of the greatest gifts you can give is the endowment of knowledge to someone else.” 

Pressley says that due to COVID, she is continuing her work with goals via weekly Zoom calls and holding live online chats and check-ins.  

“I hope to hold another group event around female health and relationships when I feel it’s safe to do so,” she says.  

To learn more about Shelby Speaks, click here. You can contact Pressley directly via email

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Two brothers turned their obsession into a business idea with high-quality, handmade accessories and apparel. 

Obsess Worldwide was founded by two brothers in Dayton, Ohio.

Luke and Jake Turner are dedicated. They’re dedicated to their hobbies and new-found skills, and they have been since they were young.  

Today, they are the founders of Obsess Worldwide, a handmade accessories and apparel brand based out of Dayton, Ohio. 

While the duo says they grew up looking at their “obsessions” in a negative way, they realized they were able to obtain the skills they need to create these items because of their obsession. 

“We were obsessed with our craft and now, after seeing the outcome of our habits, we see the positive side of obsession as well,” says Co-Founder Jake Turner.  

With the products they create, the Turner brothers wanted to bring together people from all over the world, thus giving the name Obsess Worldwide.  

“Worldwide came in to show unity,” says Turner. “I love the term worldwide because it includes everyone, not just a certain country or area. We all share the same home, and that’s Earth.” 

The world of creating is nothing new to the Turner brothers. They grew up at their father’s canvas shop called Gilman Canvas Products.

“He custom makes boat covers, enclosures, pool covers, etc.,” explains Turner. “By about age 18 Luke was there working full-time and developed his sewing skills very quickly. He was never one to turn down a job, and consistently tests his skills. While Luke was working there full-time, I was in college, working at Cheesecake Factory and teaching myself to become a photographer, and later on a videographer as well. After doing work for other brands, and realizing we possess the perfect skills to start something of our own, Obsess Worldwide became an idea.” 

Obsess Worldwide officially launched January 1, 2021, and their current inventory includes bags, shirts, sweatshirts, and hats. 

Obsess Worldwide stays true to its mission of providing high-quality goods rather than the cheaper, mass produced items on the market. “Even if we have to expand, we will keep the products genuine and always created with human hands,” adds Turner.  

The business is looking forward to the future as they create more products for their collection as well as custom-made products for customers.  

To learn more about Obsess Worldwide, visit www.obsess-worldwide.com. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.  

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