Ep #23 - Candace Fleming - Consciously Creating Harmony

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Candace Fleming on Consciously Creating Harmony. Brought to you by The Girl Dad Show with Young Han.

This episode is sponsored by Monti Kids, premium Montessori toys delivered directly to your door.

Young & Candace speak on the importance of spending time with your kids after a long day at work, watching your children take on both your strengths and flaws, as well as the importance of being creative when it comes to fitting everything into your busy schedule.

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About Candace Fleming: Candace brings 20+ years of experience building, growing, and transforming businesses as an operating executive in software and consumer products companies, with particular expertise in strategy, cross-functional operations, supply chain, growth, and e-commerce. She is currently CEO of Monti Kids, a pioneer in the early child development space, providing patent-pending, authentic Montessori toys for children, and educating millennial parents through an innovative e-curriculum. Her track record also includes reinventing the electrolyte drink market as co-founder of H2ORS, where she personally led product and supply chain development, selling drink powder as effective as IV therapy to athletes, hospitals, oncology patients, and leisure segments. She also pioneered the social media analytics movement, founding Crimson Hexagon with Harvard professor Gary King. Crimson was a SAAS provider of data-based insights from Twitter, Facebook, and other social data sources on a massive scale, and completed a very successful exit via Brandwatch/Cision. Prior to her years as an entrepreneur, Candace began her career as a management consultant and then at HP, where she was part of a groundbreaking analytics and modeling team, which optimized the way consumer and industrial HP divisions worldwide managed their supply chains.

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