Episode No. 61: PJ Jonas, GoatMilkStuff


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PJ Jonas is a mother of eight in Indiana. Years ago, when washing her children, she actually looked at the ingredients in their baby wipes. She was not happy — and as a result, she launched a small campaign to start making soap out of goat milk.

Nowadays, it’s a legit small business — her husband is on board full-time, they’ve expanded their physical space, and they’re entering the wholesale market — and all eight of the kids (who are home-schooled) have a role in the business side of things. It’s a very unique story. (You can like ’em on Facebook too, if you want.)

The family has been profiled on The Today Show and here:

This is a short episode of our podcast, but you’ll learn a lot about following your dreams and developing a business. Check it out.

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