Goddard world is the brainchild of left-field owner Annalise Goddard, AKA Hannah Cadaver.
Goddard World believes in strong boundaries that know no limits and finds strength through ethical gain.
"I want to live in a world where respect is given until it is lost.
Dignity and pride depend on it."
Business *is* personal, so let's keep it that way.
"Why take over the world, when you can create your own"?
"A Little Bit Of History Repeating" - Propellerheads feat Shirley Bassey. 1997
I helped my father name and brand his business in the mid 1980's. I was always thinking up business ideas, making up jingles and recording radio shows on my cassette player. I can not remember an age when I was not doing it.
Growing up in a house with a marketing manager for some big entities, was something I was in awe of. I bragged to anyone who would listen about the time he took my whole family, to NASA (OK... OK... I still do)... So... When he liked my suggestion of how to tweak his business name this was for a teenager daughter, the very best validation, possible.
The taste for it, never left.
My Grandmother Rosetta started businesses during a time and place that were unheard of: World War II, London. Her husband in the navy, she chose to stay in the city to help, whilst her family fled to the country. With bombs dropping and a wheelbarrow, she went from door to door, to see what people needed and could spare. From there, she collected a few items to begin a simply named shop. Rosetta built what people needed and it thrived. This made me proud to be her Granddaughter and I love hearing her stories about her incredible, thinking.
Forget "innovative"... This woman had initiative so strong, she did not realise her fortitude. "I didn't think like that. It just needed to be done".
After some great business adventures of my own, I guess it is in the family blood-line."
Only if you want to speed up the process.
Blog and partner sites will be coming soon...
(Spoiler alert: Favourite number = Graham's number... Getting there in this lifetime... Not so much).