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In this episode, Kate Morton, Founder and CEO of Funk It Wellness, shares the history and evolution of Funk It Wellness. Kate shares how she started her company to address the lack of education, tools and solutions for women's menstrual health. She explains the concept of seed cycling and its benefits for hormonal balance. Kate also discusses the connection between thyroid health and hormonal balance. She shares insights into choosing products, marketing strategies, and the challenges of building a company. Kate offers advice for aspiring founders, emphasizing the importance of staying focused, trusting your instincts, and understanding the numbers. So much to learn from this episode. Now on this episode of #TheKaraGoldinShow.
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