Would you trust your 9-year-old child to be the C.O.O. of your company? Well, mom and inventor of GaBBY Bows, Rozalynn Goodwin did. And for good reason.
Daughter, Gabrielle Goodwin was not only the inspiration for the company, but the then 5-year-old was the driving force to see the company into fruition.
It all started with Rozalynn’s Twitter rant, in which she complained about her daughter’s revolving door of malfunctioning barrettes. Because Rozalynn’s frustrations were echoed by so many others, she was encouraged by her pastor to create a solution.
And fortunately, her daughter Gabrielle was not content to let the idea just float in their imaginations as mere intangible thoughts. Gabrielle became the perfect accountability partner to make sure Rozalynn kept pushing to achieve their goals.
As seen by this clip below, where the mom and daughter team appeared on The Real talk show, Gabrielle wanted her barrettes—and she wanted them NOW.
Well, fast forward and now GaBBY Bows’s double-face, double-snap barrettes are sold in more than seven countries and 42 states. And just think, none of this would have happened if the mommy and daughter Goodwin hadn’t had the determination and mutual accountability to see their idea into reality.
And the mother-daugther team is still striving for successful, and YOU can help too. Click here or the graphic below for more details on how to help.
BMWK, do you have a great idea for a company or invention? If so, have you enlisted the help of a family or friend to help push you to see your idea into fruition?