Episode 138 | Piper + Enza: A Covid-19 Inspired Health and Happiness Company for Kids

Podcast Show Notes

“Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.We don’t have to suffer through it. A lot of the time it is a change in perspective; sprinkle those instances with a little something that will bring a smile to your face.”

-Rita Ho-Bezzola, CEO+ Founder of Piper + Enza

On todays episode, we learn how Covid-19 inspired CEO+ Founder of Piper+ Enza, Rita Ho-Bezzola, to create a health and happiness company for kids. Rita shares the inspiration behind Piper + Enza and how her goal is to make common health experiences positive for children and parents. You will not want to miss this episode!

[2:30] Sharing about her family

[6:14] How Covid-19 was her inspiration create a health and happiness company, Piper + Enza

[8:10] The moment Rita discovers her mission

[10:10] Using Literacy to help children cope with medical experiences

[14:45] Growing pains of parenting and children

[15:00] Changing our perspective on pain is empowering

[16:56] Our worldview vs our children’s worldview

[17:50] Empowering parents to be their child’s biggest advocate

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