A lot of people complain about their in-laws. But not Lisa Lin—she used her sister-in-law as the inspiration for her company.
Hey Mama is a brand of lactation protein supplements for new mothers, and it's flying off the shelves.
How did Lisa do it? She used tactics from the Start and Scale course to turn her modest $1,000 pre-launch revenue into $40,000 monthly.
Pretty epic, eh?
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