Anne-Marie Faiola

Anne-Marie Faiola is on a fascinating lifelong entrepreneurial and creative journey. She began as a young girl with a hamster-breeding business, and after many interesting twists and turns, has become the well-known crafting industry leader: the Soap Queen. Along the way, she founded and built the Bramble Berry enterprise, which includes a large e-commerce business that sells handcraft provisions, ingredients, and supplies for soapmaking; a popular retail store for supplies and classes; and a real estate investing company. An accomplished innovator and visionary, Anne-Marie is never without a new business venture percolating. Her latest is Best Day EverTM, the all-inclusive lifestyle brand with one unifying message: happiness is a choice.

She holds an MBA, is a certified nutritional therapist, and is passionate about an always-learning/always-challenging lifestyle. In addition to business, Anne-Marie sits on a variety of nonprofit boards and enjoys contributing to her community. With two children at home, and married to a fellow entrepreneur, her life is full—but she always finds time for reading, baking, hiking, and doing the crafty things that she loves.

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Faiola Live Your Best Day Ever

Live Your Best Day Ever: Thirty-Five Strategies For Daily Success

Publication Date: June 2017
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