Feb 1, 2023
Julie and Casey sit down with Anjali Bhargava, founder of
Anjali's Cup, to talk about her journey as an entrepreneur. Along
the way they discuss the power of names, the joys and perils of
being your own boss, and what it takes to bring your work to the
world without losing yourself and what matters.
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- Entrepreneurship means you get to be your own boss.
It also means you have to be your own boss.
- One of the biggest challenges of entrepreneurship
is figuring out how you work best: where your time is best spent,
whether you work better alone or in a team. Learning to work with instead
of against that is crucial. (And get a coach.)
- The secret to sustainable entrepreneurship?
Sleep. Sleep and
down time. You NEED that space and regeneration to keep going. Self
- Care is sometimes massage and splurges, but the cornerstone is
sleep, nutrition, and movement.
- Entrepreneurship is about choosing how you make
money, but it’s also the ability to choose how you want to make
impact. Those two
things may not be the same thing.
- When people keep saying your name wrong or avoiding
saying your name — use it to name your product. :)
- LESSON: How (and why) to
Made with reverence from the roots up, Anjali’s Cup
blends nourish from the inside out.
Uniting modern science with Eastern wisdom and a passion for
well-balanced, sustainably sourced, organic ingredients; enjoy
blends that look as good as they taste and taste as good as they
will make you feel. Like a hug in a cup, they are soothing,
refreshing, and harmonized to support you. Resilience® Turmeric
Elixir, our signature blend, was born from a genuine desire to
create something that would nourish the body, nurture the soul, and
Anjali Bhargava is the founder of Anjali’s Cup, a company
grounded in the belief that there is a ton of benefit in nourishing
our roots with a bit of daily turmeric. Her blends, including her 2
chai masalas are an easy, safe, and delicious way to do
Anjali is deeply influenced by her Indian heritage; her
relationship to food, wellness, and the art of well-balanced
ingredients is infused with the traditions, philosophy, and
practice of her family’s culture. Anjali’s reverence for turmeric
began as a child watching her mother use the magical golden powder
in almost everything. As an adult, she returned to the sacred
turmeric root for support during her own health challenges and
developed a recipe that was easy to use, versatile, and more potent
and delicious than anything she could find in the
Anjali lives in Harlem, NYC with her rescue cat