The minute you step into a room with twin sisters Mandy Selke and Carly Swift you instantly feel their contagious high-energy and positive personalities. Firebelly had the opportunity to pop on over to the sisters’ business Just Pop In! at their new Broad Ripple location.
Maggie Daniels, founder and CEO of Try It Tiny, is not just running a trendy business. She’s helping build a community of people with similar minimalistic values and lifestyles. Tiny house experiences offer an opportunity for growth in the Indianapolis community and beyond as well as a new perspective on living.
Highly accomplished speaker, athlete, coach and mama, Jennifer Magley sat down with Firebelly CEO Duncan Alney to talk about the role positive values and courage can play in not only marketing but our daily lives.
Each month, Firebelly CEO Duncan Alney seeks out members of the Indianapolis community who have a similar passion and drive for community engagement. He recently had the privilege of speaking with Doran Moreland, Executive Director of Statewide Diversity and Community Outreach at Ivy Tech Community College.
Erik Qualman’s book What Happens on Campus Stays on YouTube was nominated for the 2015 Pulitzer Prize. In addition to being a best-selling author, he’s a motivational speaker who’s been referred to as “the Tony Robbins of tech.”