Today’s guest, Kirbee Miller has faced many incredible challenges throughout her life. She faced traumatic events in her childhood and now, as an adult, has been caring for her parents after they were critically injured in a car accident.
On top of that, Kirbee has a demanding corporate job and is an entrepreneur. She is the founder of KiNiMi Kitchen, a culinary experience company. Which now, thanks to the pandemic, has caused her to pivot her work to provide virtual cooking experiences.
There are so many facets to Kirbee’s story. She’s an example of someone who has been resilient and brave despite the many difficulties life has thrown her way.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur who wears many hats or you’re struggling through your own difficulties, I think you will find a lot of inspiration in Kirbee’s story.
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Black History Month Giveaway!
If you listen to the episode, you’ll also hear that we are doing a giveaway for Black History Month!
My friends at Triluna Wellness, Ashley Brooke James and Elizabeth Moore (you might remember them from episode 26) have created a beautiful wellness box in honor of Black History Month and we are giving one away on Instagram!
The box features their Diversity Matters workbook, plus an array of small-batch and handmade items by Black and Brown artisans across the country. And one of the items in the box is artisan popcorn from today’s guest, Kirbee Miller of KiNiMi Kitchen!
Head to the post below to enter. The giveaway closes on Wednesday at midnight, so act fast!
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