Anyone who knows me knows how passionate I am about my business—specifically Asian Mint and Nikky Feeding Souls. I consider myself one of those fortunate few who have found their life’s calling and the freedom to pursue it. So I’m always happy and grateful when others recognize my work. And the latest recognition I got is a profile on Dallas Business Journal, written by Rebecca Ayers.
Dallas Business Journal calls itself “the premier source for local business news, research, and events in Dallas-Fort Worth.” It’s been publishing news and stories relevant to DFW’s local businesses and professionals weekly since 1977. It covers a variety of industries, including food, real estate, sports, philanthropy, government, and health care. The publication belongs to the American City Business Journals network. In turn, it’s a sister-company to Conde Nast and Newhouse Newspapers.
Thank you, Dallas Business Journal and Ms. Ayers, for the lovely article.
Growing Asian Mint and Nikky Feeding Souls is a journey
What did the Dallas Business Journal profile talk about? It mostly described how I started Asian Mint 15 years ago and how it expanded from its first Forest Lane location to three other branches. It also told of the Nikky Feeding Souls brand, how it came about, and how I use it as a platform for sharing my Thai culture. The write-up additionally had a few tidbits about the lessons I learned in handling my business.
More importantly, the article shared my dedication, not just to my business but to my Mintees as well. Their support has pushed me so far forward. I’m grateful for their having my back all the way. I’m also thankful to my Mint Fanatics, who are an essential part of my journey. My dear Mint Fanatics, I wouldn’t be where I am today without you.
Check out the profile here.