Georgia Fiebrich, Mother of 2 and Founder and CEO of Go Mama Go Designs, a company that creates patented products to simplify and improve parenting.
What do you do best?
Deal with problems or should I say “Accept challenges.” No matter what cards you are dealt, I believe there is a positive and beneficial approach that can be taken to counter any negative situation.
What makes you the best?
I give my best and that’s all I strive to do. Trying to better yourself in comparison with others is frivolous.
How will you stay the best?
Again, I stay focused on simply doing my best, which includes staying healthy, balanced and knowing that if I did my best there is no reason to worry or fear the outcome. You have to be flexible, willing to make mistakes and never, ever, ever give up. I always believe anything is achievable.
What are your aspirations?
I would like to focus on more causes that are dear to me, such as women’s rights in less developed countries; but I need to keep growing my company so that I have the opportunity to make a significant impact in the future. Our company celebrates women and I have created an environment that honors and respects their needs.
To always be able to work from anywhere, anytime and to know that I have a good team that allows me to not have to.
What fascinates you?
I seriously get excited every time I see a large sea port or a vessel full of containers and cargo. I am amazed by free trade and the global market. I love that something could be made in one country, then sold by somebody in another country to someone else who lives in a third country. I highly support local trade and organic options that are not taxing on our environment but I can’t help but feel giddy every time I see the movement of goods. The synergy of multiple minds from around the world coming together to make, move and provide goods is an active, creative and productive process that I love being a part of.
Wow, I have so many. “Impossible means you only haven’t found the solution yet.”
My mother, my kids, Rauld Amundsen, Ernest Shackleton, Winston Churchhill,
On a sailboat
Mine! Wonder Bumpers!!!
Boxing, sailing, reading, always dreaming of my next project.
Most challenging moment?
My most challenging time, which I thought was also my biggest disappointment personally and professionally, has now become a great gift. My former business partner and best friend of 10 years attempted to severely damage the company, my personal financial state, my marriage and whatever else she could get her hands on.
I had to dig deep to preserve everything, fight for it and then rebuild it. I was afraid until I realized how powerful the truth, real loyalty and inner guidance can be. Personally and professionally life is so much better now. I just had to trust the process of getting me to where I am today and willing to let go of life as I knew it.
There is not one specific event, it’s really the culmination of years of hard work, tenacity, vision and inner strength that make me smile. I am proud of how much the company and I have grown - together. There is a balance between us… a perfect dichotomy, where I give it a soul and it gives me a purpose.