Kalilah Wright is a designer and graduate architect. She started her first business at 12 years old when she created a “cool club” at school and charged kids a membership fee of $0.35 a week. Of course, at the time she had no idea that she would venture into being a businesswoman and entrepreneur.
Kalilah is the founder of T-Shirt company “Mess in a Bottle” which allows you to say what you want without ever having to say anything at all. Mess in a Bottle is an expressive brand, and it allows an individual to be outspoken and vocal by wearing their message.
In this episode, Kalilah and I discuss how she turned T-Shirts into a multimillion dollar business.
[01:38] Why Kalilah makes up her bed every morning
[04:52] How I connected with Kalilah
[07:12] About Kalilah
[09:37] Why T-Shirts?
[13:22] How Kalilah started Mess in a Bottle
[14:46] Giving back to the community
[16:15] Start your own T-Shirt line
[18:51] Kalilah’s biggest entrepreneurial struggles
[20:32] The most surprising thing Kalilah has learned about herself
[21:29] Kalilah’s top strategy for success
[22:40] Why Kalilah wants to quit everyday
[24:28] Where Kalilah thought she’d be at 38 years old
[26:15] How does Kalilah Look On The Bright Side
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