What is the hardest part of starting a business? For Leena Ann Solusar, it was the fear that it was wrong to charge for her services. We wanted to learn how Leena overcame that fear, so we invited her on to tell us how surviving a sexual assault, coming to terms with her sexual orientation, and grieving the unexpected death of her wife helped her to discover talents that she is now using to help others while helping herself.

Leena provided the following contact information:¬†Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/leena.bandyPersonal Email address: [email protected]Business Email Address: cathedralofthephoeni¬≠[email protected]¬†This is a collaboration with the Pride Connection radio show and podcast sponsored by Blind LGBT Pride International. Pride Connection airs on ACB Media 1 every Tuesday at 10pm EDT and is available soon after wherever you get your podcasts. Tune into ACB Media 1 at https://www.acbmedia.org/home/streams/media1/¬†Learn more about Blind LGBT Pride International at https://blindlgbtpride.org/¬†A full text transcript of this episode can be found at http://pennyforward.com/penny-forward-transcript-s2e4-healing-through-healing/¬†The Penny Forward podcast is about blind people building bright futures one penny at a time. Subscribe by searching for ‚ÄúPenny Forward‚ÄĚ using your favorite podcast app, ask your smart speaker to play the podcast, ‚ÄúPenny Forward‚ÄĚ, check out the Penny Forward YouTube channel, or listen to all of our past episodes or read transcripts at http://pennyforward.com¬†Continue the conversation in our private Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/819788175135724

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