Episode 17

Published on:

4th May 2022

S.T.A.R.V.E. Talk - Episode 17 - Danielle Rowley "bizPROFI"

Episode Description: 

Danielle Rowley, is no stranger to conducting business nationally and internationally. She has lived in South Korea, and other countries making a living and a name for herself in the world of business communications. In this episode of S.T.A.R.V.E. Talk, Danielle sits down with host, J Haleem and they discuss her career as an entrepreneur, her experience as a woman in tech, and English as the language of international business. 

Show Notes:

00:51 - J Haleem welcomes Danielle to the show

1:55 - Danielle speaks on the point when she decided to be an entrepreneur 

3:30 - Danielle shares her experience of working internationally 

4:44 - Danielle describes coming back to the US and what that transition was like for her

6:16 - Getting direct and to the point 

9:43 - Danielle speaks on the moment she decided to have children 

13:53 - Sacrificing her vision for her husband

18:13 - Danielle speaks on whether she believes her children are proud of her  

22:30 - “Being successful by helping other people succeed.”

25:18 - Why training should be aligned to your goals

26:41 - Why are people putting their passion over their skillset? The importance of focusing on your customer’s needs

29:23 - Discipline makes you do what you’re supposed to do 

31:04 - Danielle introduces her software app, bizPROFI 

31:55 - When she decided to add the D.I.S.C. assessment to her app

34:08 - The importance of focusing on the situation and the goal of the person in that situation. Taking a more situation-based approach. 

35:13 - Danielle answers the question of whether or not she believes there is still a communication gap in international business 

39:12 - Danielle speaks on testing her product in the development stage 

41:00 - Has she experienced bias as a woman in tech 

42:08 - The power of femininity 

43:28 - Doing business with men

45:21 - Dolly Parton as the ephemeral woman 

48:06 - Product development is redevelopment 

51:17 - Danielle speaks on what STARVE means to her 

54:27 - What’s next for bizPROFI? 

57:59 - J Haleem thanks Danielle for being on the show 

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About the Podcast

S.T.A.R.V.E. Talk (Stand Tall And Reclaim Victory Everyday)
This podcast shares tips, thoughts, and ideas on how to build and successful platform by overcoming challenges and going from Surviving to thriving. Featured guests have overcome struggles and built a career or business by Standing Tall A Reclaiming Victory Everyday.

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About your host

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J Haleem Washington

J Haleem went from working for $8.00 an hour at the Hampton Inn, to earning 6 figures as a Commercial Photographer in just a few years. He was able to accomplish all this while being a convicted felon. While working for $8.00 an hour he developed his mantra #I Won’t Starve which was the catalyst for him to leave his job after only one year. Over his career, he’s been able to work with international brands like Nike, Save The Children Foundation, NFL, Amtrak & The WNBA.

Since then, he has become pardoned, and now is a best-selling author and motivational speaker. J Haleem uses the #I Won’t Starve message to encourage and motivate students, entrepreneurs and career-oriented individuals. His goal is to inspire you to build a platform to ensure that U Won’t Starve.