Expressions of Gratitude

Local Entrepreneurs Are Reflecting on Their Prospects as 2023 Comes to an End

City Lifestyle partners Tiara R Holloway of RVA Design Group, Katie Zacherle of Integrity Home Mortgage, and Caleigh Seligman of Guiding Tree Yoga share what they are most grateful for in their businesses during 2023.

Caleigh Seligman, Guiding Tree Yoga

"I am most grateful to the students who attend Guiding Tree Yoga. Over the last year and a half, our community has grown so much, and those individuals have made our space genuinely welcoming, loving, and inclusive. Our students check in with one another and support each other."

Tiara R Holloway, RVA Design Group

"Grateful. Grateful has always been a word I carry with me in my heart. I'm grateful for my support, my designers, the trades, vendors, and other companies here in Richmond, and the purpose I have been given to bless others. I do this with purpose and passion. It's a gift given to me to encourage others and support them. The connections I have made through RVA Design Group within the last twelve months have been mind-blowing! I am thankful for all the support, love, and encouragement to keep going."

Katie Zacherle, Integrity Home Mortgage

"In a difficult market, where it can feel like you’re fighting so hard to grow your business and help your client to their goal, I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to reflect on and affirm my why. I’m in this business to help families strategize their way to financial gain through real estate. I’ve learned to recognize the opportunity to thrive despite the struggle this year while assisting others to do the same."

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