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14: Define your "WHY" with Jessica Honegger- Co-CEO of Noonday Collection

2017-08-07

On this episode of Dais, I chat with Jessica Honegger Co-CEO of Noonday Collection. We discuss everything from how to start an international business, to defining your "why", and the powerful impact her jewelry has had on women all over the world. Here is our conversation….

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by remember that episode. Seventy two of this podcast gives you the exact step by step so that you can do it in whatever note book you have laying around for free you not to buy a product, but you should be doing this daily practice. It will litter We literally change your life. I think everyone has a why, and I think you have absolutely We must be very clear on what that. Why is even if your, if you're, just in a stepping stone right now, then your? Why is where you're going.
Have you ever dreamed of starting a company that imports products from other parts of the world, then you're gonna be super interested in today's conversation with Jessica Honecker, CO, ceo of Noonday collection, find out about how she started her business and how important it is to have an impact with your work. Here is our conversation for peace. Who do not know I don't even know how that could be possible. But will you tell us you do talk talk about noonday, give us that story, yeah, that's the way Lee. So I am the CEO Cassio and founder of noonday collection and we are a socially responsible fashion, bran that uses fashion to create opportunity for
people around the world, so we're creating opportunity for people living in vulnerable communities in about thirteen different countries and then we're also creating opportunity for entrepreneurs. Here in America, we have around one thousand five hundred email entre. Where's, that we call ambassadors and those women get to launch their own businesses here in Amerika. They create a market place for that. It is, and the vulnerable keys we work in and create opportunities for those entrepreneurs around worlds and sort of a global partnership of entrepreneurs, which is, I know, Lee love that yes, absolutely win, started this. Did you any idea of what it would become like did you have an inkling or you just were sort of like. Let me, let's see what we can do so
I had was to the ground, because I did start it as a fundraiser, where I was very focused. We were trying to raise money to get my son home from Rwanda, so it we were adopting and my biggest spelt need, and my biggest why at the beginning was definitely like? We need some cash Ola may that yeah and you started didn't you started Sally. I think I've heard the server like selling off your own jury and ordered the funding. Ok, so my fur trunk show, which united even call it a juncture. Then I had some artisan made goods Uganda, as some of my friends were working with the ugandan couple and they said there so talented. They just need a marketplace and my friends had given opportunity to these artists ends, but they hadn't thought through the whole market place. Peace in They had all of this status sitting in storage.
Here in Amerika? Oh yeah, so like they had paid you? these ugandan artisans for their work but didn't really think through the selling peace honestly that's the hardest part is creating it place, so they said Have all this stuff sitting in storage? We know that you have a financial need for adoption. Why don't you try selling it, and so I open my home and I sold all of you ve gone and goods, but you are right and that I also pretty much told everything, but the kids think I mean as per day will find people around us then- and I like, I think that that is my old bracelet. Oh, how funny? Because As I was my husband, I had been working and real estate. We are basically Chicken Joanna Games, not gonna. Look. I think that the only serious and so we ve been flipping houses and did not realise that wasn't a very unique point in time and America, where you could just go the banking, let alone the up, and we have like seven of those and sudden.
Ii, the banks were saying: no can do not gonna give you alone, anymore and people are buying houses, and it was a very scary time for us, but in them about we had committed to adoption and from EAST Africa, and so I knew he did a hassle for an additional income. I just got a pole Everything out of my home that night and sold it, but I think so I think I quickly it Is that an eye that? Yes, it was a fundraiser, but also there was a hole in the market, and so many people ask me to host trunk shows and host, need. I try to join various direct sales company is bad either wasn't into the product. I wasn't alien to the mission and then fair trade goods at the time were so touchy. They felt more. Like charity buys, whereas these items really were fashion. Relevant people wanted to wear them. People wanted to buy them, and so I think I did sort of you know come into the market at a really unique times, and that is one way
and I think we grew really quickly. Had you I mean, have you ever done direct sales before? Why were you drawn up in that? It feels like such a daunting thing to be on the big. Inside of that- and I have had the privilege of you know getting to go too far. And seeing all of your ambassadors and seeing what you have built and it's just it's amazing? How Did you? How did you decide to go down that path besides in a sort of seeing other businesses who are doing it? I just feel like that. Take so much guts. You know idyllic The guards came a little bit more later. I liked the main thing I was risking was my reputation and where I own feelings of rejection, you know I mean I I did and I kind of regret this. I went and I dug through all of my yellow gold jewelry, that at the time I wasn't wearing from that at my mama, given these and see no elementary school and I did pon it added upon sharp and that's what funded our first, what
sites, and so I did there was some financial risk there, but I feel like is mainly like I'm just gonna risk. By saying no to me, for I had and think that I'm an annoying sales person now is really my rest, but about real to me at the time I mean I did have middle school flashbacks of why I and I'm from Texas girl, I mean my went like five and people in that was all in my family yeah. So we do things big and taxes, and so it was like hey. Every trunk show that I asked a woman to have a need to be big, and you know and in my mind and said that I would, I would say, ceiling projection in a failure, but I will say because our product has such a powerful story behind it There is something power fall when women gather visit Gather- and I think more than ever girlfriend I by the time our kids are like seventh and eighth grade we're gonna be going back to flip phone,
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so that we get away from the constant connection, though I think that we Raven now more than ever, real, is a call in person. Connection said their sent our full about. Trump says where you invite people under your home and then the story lying behind if our hearings were being sold, it stores. You know that summer would never really get to understand the impact and so an educational platform. As well and then a styling platform. I mean I mean I want to get women, sorry Rachel, I just use it I know you caught me out like get worm and love to get together and you know, celebrate one another and celebrate our bodies, types than our style, and oh that looks good on you, but I can never pull that often. So I love that aspect of it too. So it's it's just work were able to create impact. In really enter into really hard circumstances with our
listen partners. I mean these are people that are wondering, right now in open. It might now to take my kitchen orphan. Next week I mean these- are really tough situations and yet were able to you kind of talk about that in the context of jewelry and style, and I think that makes it less intimidating for people in and then where's jewelry is such a connecting peace. Like you know our wedding in their I'm sure you have something special from your grandma that was passed on and there is a sense of meaning there and I feel, like the same thing happens with, are ex history is that when you, where something made in Ethiopia, you feel connected to those people. I also love. I love jury, because it's the thing that no matter what size you are no matter how you feel about your body. This is a thing that we can all Oh, I think I talked about this. It shine about having post partum depression and sitting
and breastfeeding my sign and felt like. I had lost myself and I, after several weeks of this, was in my jewelry door and saw a cocktail ring, and I put the cocktail ring on and I would say, with depression and cry, and breast feed him and where that ring, and helped me to start feel like myself again and there is how're in what the wet leasing symbolise for us. Just accessories and general, whether into like a big, beautiful statement, necklace or give key or whatever it is there there's power in those things that make us feel like ourselves. So I love that part about noonday. Thank you. I did you it's it's spanning my grandma was always instead jewelry and accessory of my remember playing her jewelry box as a kid and gather is something I think Even when I go to museums, oftentimes on my travels and I'll go visit, the museums to credit
Discover more about the country and there you know some of the earliest artifacts were accessories that women war ceremonies, and you know that there is a summit. Really powerful? I can't say strategically, set off with the west so you started. You started this company. How long was it before you brought on either Please or- and I know you have c o. That was a big part of so certain but that when did you make the decision to bring on additional guidance and help right after a few miles, their woman, sad wall. I am raising money for an adoption, and could I just start my own data collection and my town and though I said, hey Portugal, A cop. You know, let's see if we can make this work, and thoroughly with a mind. I had multiplied myself by like ten while I was swimming amiable, drowning swimming bit by bit, and so
I think I realize okay, this is either a fundraiser and this was fine and we did it for a year or this is a business and I'm gonna go where it as a business, and so at that point I knew operationally. I needed more. Strategy behind the scenes like things like hot, pay pal to talk to our male system and had a good price seeing eye and how to automate Ino shipping label, like all those logistical, things like I was out there sullen was book and shows now I was training ambassadors on how to do that. I was designing the product I was. During the product I was you know, o one woman shop. So I knew I needed some one who couldn't you can't come in to semi areas of weakness, which definitely I hate saying this just cause. I now turn to another feminist, but I hate saying my way as was finance, because I think I think they're such a stir,
type that women in number. I hate saying I know it's my weakness too, though it I mean it is it, but there there I'm sure there are so many women listening who work incredible at math and financed, so I feel like they will balances out. Yes, my whole accounting team, as a group bad ass, my migrated added working fell like I never said that you had to qualify that those by the answers and operations were not my thing and I had a friend who we wid kid swap. You know this is back in the day when literally no money for a baby sitter. So we found friends to swap web and some of those brands were my friends trot since you say and wild men- and I remember basing their kid when time and seeing something they had left out on their kitchen island and it was something from his work and it was like it was the next Elsie and I thought wow that will expand, see an organ title
god I like the looks of that in so I just I had met Travis insouciance, you I grew up with that. I had met her husband Travis in Africa several years ago on a trap and he was living in Mozambique, running a micro finance bank asked yeah and so that's kind of a kind of how he mad and then he had come back to America had gone as MBA Wharton, and I had kind of you know. Captain touch with him over the years so now here I was standing in his kitchen looking at this Excel sheet. Thinking when I ask for his advice, and so his wife had already hosted in India collections, show and was very much. The porter was super excited about it so I literally reached out thinking, can I will mean a cup what times will give me some guidance around how to get Excel data? to pay power would arouse than well. He kept asking to me, but let's
again and he was just asked me a lot of questions like right down everything with keeping you up at night, and you know where you been he's going and all that and after about a month He said: hey my wife and I we ve been saving up our whole lives because will he wanted to be able to prevent a business some day, and could I be your business partner like is, something are interested in, and so we went in fifty fifty, which was hard. And people think how could you give up deeper sneer business, but it was fifty percent of basically a fundraiser. I mean listen it with legitimate entered his day. We still On a lot of what I built that first year by it, couldn't be what it is without knowing I need to find some wine with these strength. Yet you know, and I think that's where a lot of people get stock is in that piece of delegation like people.
And I knew I wanted to be big. I we do things begin taxes I wanted. It has the potential was huge. And so from the very beginning so that that was a big deal, though, because the It was when I realized. We are not at a fundraiser any where this is not a, this is not a side. Is when he was about to live off his life's savings account, because we cannot pay ourselves a salary. I know many. People are listening right now, and I mean we didn't pay ourselves a salary for two or three years: that's that is normal, and so I knew that. Ok, this guy's about the sacrifice, his family? For the sake of this vision, and that's when I got things got real, and I'm thrilled,
a prayer and business counselling and meeting with attorneys. We really felt right about it, and so we went in search of formal business partnership and literally the next week I flew to Africa to get my son Jack from Rwanda. Wow I do know. Is that close? That's incredible! So close, so you trying to figure out how to scale this company while also managing a new adoptive child I should say managing, but you know I mean like any time we add either through adoption or biologically at a child to our family. It's just everything sort of get started a chaos. It does How old is he when you brought him home? He was almost three. Oh, my goodness I now is he the baby? Yeah, ok, you're Madison, there are some iron age. Ok, but yeah we didn't have offices. Of course you know you can't pay or so sorry also can't pay elite
so. We are opting out of the gas better than my house in an eye Somerset The south vasectomy gives you know you, you kind of try to forget certain things. GOSH Tab, so I'm cool is a bow how I am assuming, and you can correct me if I'm wrong that you did not have experience with bringing in goods from other countries. Must, unless I am. I am I wrong in that assumption that that was a new thing for you. That was now So what I m so curious about- and I think this is so inspiring for people who are listening, who I'm happy passion or want to start something and dont know how to do it. How in the world do you figure out something like international customs, when our or any of the elements that you ve built through noonday, how do you figure out something when you had no idea how to do it before Easter? you know how badly embracing elite,
those things I love it. Not at all, first you're, not at all what about you are you now. Ignorance is yeah and a lot of times it's like you don't realize until later, I for years as an event, planner didn't have I? running my checks through payroll, so I wasn't properly taxing employees and I didn't know it until I just wanted to automate my payroll and went to meet with the bureau specialists and they were like they had a small heart attack in the floor like you're doing what try to get a check, I didn't know. So it's not what I was trying to break the law. If you write a check your babysitter I just don't know better. Yes, though I would say, ignorance is bless, There is definitely a summit meeting that went on in suitcases getting past custom San prayers Van Jesus
care. I thought that is united in another. Take up and people yea, I gotta that guy So I think that a venture Lee has been figured out and you now honestly, I know that sounds so complex, honey, further out international customs that wasn't satin, there's date, shells pretty much details international said they actually do a lot of than so I would say those things you know from the beginning that sound like how am I ever going to figure that out? I mean you just do you know, and you kind of find out that it's actually not that complicated or hard and special, beginning when you're not dealing in Supra large quantities, and so I think that I do think you know having my business partner he from the beginning kind of how that vision to invest in infrastructure, where I was always like weak marketing dollars. You know I'm looking at you like. No, we got it
spend a lot of money on this. You know inventory system This is backed by weak account are inventory on our hands, so I think that has been a huge. Take away from me is just how is best Delete your wanting to be a growth company Emmy, you might not want to be and battered by some people think small. Beautiful well that's great, I think smiles I'll see you gotta mainly small, but that's ok. I you know, I think it's from the beginning. I knew you know what I did. This has allowed a potential and now what I wanted to reach its fullest potential, and so I knew I needed to stink fight. Years down the line. Not just you know three months down the line and I think about my partner was really able to do that in in regards operations and finances than I mean. I was one of the first. You know one of our first good, big, high There's ways are doktor finance
I mean I think I would never spend our money in that way. If it wouldn't it and what about operational foresight that he had? I will be back in a hot minute with more this interview, but now a quick word from a sponsor one, listen to an audio books. It'll make you feel better about your crappy job party girl takes listeners on an adventure among Hollywood's, most beautiful and most outrageous people revealing the ugly side of Hollywood's prettiest parties. The entire girl series is now available on audible and its red and written by me. Discover the world of audible originals today at audible, dot, com. Where, where is the company going? What's the ultimate dream. You now
Here about some of these direct sales companies that have you no fifteen thousand consultants alone in Dallas for Mary K, wow So I just I'm thinking back like that big eyes, we started with Few artisans and you got on the giant Daniel, and I know you ve heard of all about them because I got to meet them at shine. Now we are impacting four thousand artisans and twenty thousand be only members you hear about not just the economic impact but dignity that comes from work indignant, you feel from your work. You know, starting this pod cause Rennie eyes. Da bran. At your, I mean all of the things that you do. I mean there's power and not in so imagine being able to create. Kind of power for, and these families and these
countries its addictive in our absolutely even just being, I think, even just being around the ambassadors and being with your austin, its palpable, how much people care about what they're doing, and that is not something that exists and other businesses. What what advice could you give to people who are listening? Who have their own thing either their starting their own business or even just in working for some one else? How do you bring that sense of purpose to everyday work if it's not noonday, if you dont have the blessing of getting to work with you guys how of our ways you think that people could incur. Right that and to their work. I think everyone has a why, and I think you have absolutely must be very clear on what that. Why is even if your, if you're, just in us,
wrappings down right now, then your. Why is where you're going inside what it your vision where's, your vision for where you wanna go. Now I would be able to tell you that I had some clear vision since I was like you know, a little girl and I always knew I wanted to be a ceo of Fashion Brian. I didn't have that I mean I literally, I got my masters and education. I lived overseas bore a couple years. I was assistant at a bridle store and sold China, our eye flipped homes. I didn't hear design, I mean it all felt super random, but through it all, I did have this strong sense of. I want to use my life to create opportunities for others, and so I did try a lot of other things. I was always at whip Minch. I did mentoring with big brothers and sisters volunteer with a homeless work when the mentally ill. He has so many different things until I kind of find found my thing you know, and so you can't
sit at home in dream and think like how am I gonna find my purpose like you, go out each try and do bunch of different things, and I think that's what kind of I wish you and come up with your your. Why, in your vision- and I think that that translates to anything, I do believe that you gotta, connect wet with what you're doing with something bigger than yourself, and I think that You know whether that serving the people you're coming really well, because you create the most beautiful spreadsheets of anybody in the hold you can find value in everything and I think a kind of Having that why, in that vision, is what's gonna, help bring purpose to your job, no matter what your job as yeah, so great one of the things that I've seen you talk a lot about on social that I just I really love is, and I know exactly what you call it, but the idea
love, and you can be this and that you can be a ceo and an awesome mom. You can love to wear black, but also really like lace or you can be both of these things. Will you speak to that? A little bit yes and said that was something part of hashtag choosing and- and I think it's cause we try to be these either or people. We think I don't know more simpler, cleaner. Are we just don't give ourselves permission to hold tensions, coding, tensions as hard, but the truth is: are we all have these tensions that we hold on. I think when we try to spend our energy on trying to be the either or they were? missing out on the beauty that just comes with being are authentic cells, which is embracing both of those things, and so I know for me, like my colleagues, I tap dance for life.
Sixteen years grow and my cap on our muscular, ok- and I so I thought you know what I can have muscular com, and be feminine, and that's like little when I can be, and adoptive mom in Love Shack in be so thankful he's in my life, and I can be sad- that's his first MA am isn't getting the regime's yeah and I can and be a good mom, and I can be a good, ceo and there's just there are so many. You know, and I try to challenge myself to think think about these and one been thinking about and sign talking to someone you for. You here may talk about body image step to visit a bit. I kind of Tarzan, but even just knowing like I can accept my body. And I can work on my body being
You know like yeah. Actually this is. This is a great. This is such a great thought and I love I love this idea. I think that's why I latched onto it when I saw it on your, I think, of your instagram, the idea that if we want to work on HU. We are. That somehow makes who we are wrong when the reality is. I think that you can love and appreciate and be thankful for who you are today and still want to grow, as a person still want to challenge yourselves still hope that there is more for you in this world than just where you are today, so so. Inspired by that idea- and I I think that's why I dig it so much- is providing for so long. I thought that meant that I couldn't do. That means this is just this is what I'm gonna be forever, but then I act
Walk and self acceptance and South law, because I thought then I would kind of like be paralyzed by this apathy or others. It is we know, but it dense and self love. I think, actually activate being able also pursue the better part of yourself in outside. I truly thinking seeing this tension, and these these paradox. And holding them and letting other people hold them to car so good, and I think often times it is that it is our perception of what other people will think about us that I'm drives how we think about us which doesn't serve us. It doesn't serve our children, it doesn't help us grow it. I think of anything it sort of keeps us for moving in any direction cause. We're sort of Paralyzed by the fear that we're doing something wrong- and I think that one thing I've learned in the past couple years is
we actually can't catch role, other people's perception of ass, I mean weak influenza. In now, we can put the pretty picture out that, at the end of the day, people are gonna. Think, where they're gonna thing you now, and so opening our energy into that. I think you- and I have talked about this before the idea, you are. You have a public persona. You are on social media and oftentimes that comes with trolls, or that comes with people being me, even when there is no reason to. Is that something that you struggled with our you pretty good about being like that's on you. I am now I'm no Rachel Hollis and ah the shell. Joe ran Lord, you know, I think, that's it area. Where are we such an amazing culture at midday I mean really?
You ve heard our ambassador me to act as yeah. I've been able to experience it, and I was drinking the Kool aid. If I'd and run cheek, I probably would have signed up to be an ambassador that weekend, you got your sister. I sure dad. I like called her at shine and was like Christina you need to do, is oh my gosh. Our community got so excited and I think we to see pictures of now about every that yeah she fully was like shit. As late as the like, she was like in a high school issues like dude, Can I have an exclusive photo of know how to show of ambassadors, because we're saying I was at shine when we have the very first conversation with her birthday. And I said to the audience I was so excited- I literally said just I need an hour. I have to go talk to this woman and because it was you guys are so focus and supportive of adoption. You were like. Oh my gosh go and then I can
how can I was like bats and the audience like a rap did so yeah the ambassador noonday? felt like we were about to be a part of the old orido. It was like when you got no a bite like family. Yes, will Wilson rap this beautiful interview up? I asked the same questions to the people that interview every single time and then I'm going to do that with you. If that's okay, what time do you weigh In the morning I wake up at six. Thirty, I think they am. I ask, is that you at shine again. You kicked Oliver buys it than I neer like like thirty I ever. Finally, am I get every five a m if I'm on deadline or have a big project right now with a Ferrari gold, I'm not gonna, but five I am, but whenever I can, I love I'm an early riser. What is your coffee order? I drink black with justice.
It all splash of milk, and that's it that's all like old school classic, and they get you. Ok, this a great question for you, because you travel not just regularly, but you are travelling internationally. So what is something that you have that you travel with? If you like is just essential too. It gets a lifesaver to business travel you now I smell like I don't like it. Plain smiles, and so I love taking with me just a little bit like a lavender sant like a real natural or like an oil. Worse, something like that you're, so smart. I never thought of that. Putting like a little bottle of essential oil in my carry on yes, yes, I love. I love when, as has so many so many of the women that we spoken too, are obviously travelling quite a ban and we ve done so much greater vice about Travel Tipp. So, what's your favorite like work out physical activity,
and in a perfect world. How often are you doing it? So I and a part of a little fitness duty girl called where TAT fitness nigh on by this peruvian women and its group classes, and so I go either six thirty in the morning or at eight in the morning and- sometimes if I'm really doubling up than I I'll get another little work out in at lake for thirty or five, but that's only if I'm like trying to read Our friend drinking too much by hand eating match case so yeah yeah and I would say I mean that I love my routine actually did at this morning, and I was like I love this. It is I'd with travel you now that I mean not traveling, I would say I do that for two five times a week s you ask
Rachel and they say I don't work out. I mean I feel people said that plenty of I talked to Jamie last week and she was like. Oh my gosh, I feel terrible. I don't do anything. Sometimes I walk in my neighborhood. But everybody's differ and that's what I dig we have with any of these questions. We ve never gotten the same answer twice and that's actually what our hope women get. Is that we're all made differently and you do it works for you, that's true, but this podcast is called Day S, and so I ask every single person than our interview. A you know. A days is a platform, it's it's the space from which we speak and you have been given this incredible platform or I do want to say, given you have worked your but offer this incredible platform that you have, if you could speak to women either in your organization or just women in life. You see them right now out in the world there doing some that you're, like a girl, if I could just tell you one thing and have it stick if I could
make you by the shoulders and just let you know that this is the truth. What is the thing that you would speak over women. You know I would say your land And this is another one to is not one interview. Ye said the same answer, so I did that and I will or does it, and this is another one to is not one interview. He said the same answer, so dig that, and I will I will. I will say to you. Thank you so much. You are loved and I so appreciate your friendship. You know. I have very few fellow female ceos who are moms? Who are Christians that I can reach out to in and get advice from a kind of criteria and just cause one of those? So I feel I'm super excited that listeners got to experience when I get to experience as your friend in real life, so I'm think so much girl and am have
fabulous trip to Africa. I well thank you going Ethiopia girl, I'll yeah, that's so fine! Oh! I talk to you later by hey guys. If you like this episode, I hope you will consider subscribing to the day podcast on Itunes, sharing it with your friends and showing some love on social media for a newbie show like mine. Those reviews are everything thanks to our producer. Alison Cohen, are sound engineer, Jack, noble and are sound editor Andrew Weller to stay in touch with all things day ass you can check out the Sheik site, dot com or follow me on social media. I amidst Rachel Hollis on every single platform. Most importantly, I hope you heard something today that inspires you I'll see you next week.
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