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Meet Natali Tshuva, Founder of DoMed

Natali Tshuva

What does work/life balance mean to you?

What are you most proud of?

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What was your first job or nuggets from jobs you had that helped you get to where you are today?

Any recommended books that have helped you along the way?

How do you keep yourself updated in a fast moving industry?

How do you make the most of your talents, skills, and interests?

What practical advice do you have for women looking to start their first business?

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Career journeys and startup advice from real life.

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