The New Mantra of The Working Woman

Karin Roest, former celebrity talent scout & global producer shares how women are approaching business differently than men & why that's a good thing.

According to the National Women's Business Council, female-run businesses will increase 50% over the next five years.

Why is this? A new outlook is trending among women in the workplace – one that promotes happiness, fulfillment, and longevity – and it is paying off in a big way. The latest generation of female professionals are unapologetically multifaceted. Having multiple passions, interests, jobs, and ambitions is the new norm and it is this diversity that creates success.

We call this trend Meditation & Margaritas and it is especially appealing to the female brain which is hardwired for multi-tasking.

“The female make-up is a patchwork of contrasting ideas, experiences, and attributes,” says Karin Roest. “Meditation & Margaritas is a mindset that reminds women to embrace this diversity and use it to reach their professional and personal goals.”

From orphan to celebrity talent scout to buddhist nun, Karin Roest is the epitome of this mantra. She has used her diverse cultural background to succeed in business and is inspiring women to do the same.

Today Karin teaches women to turn their fear of the unknown into courage.


— Why the Meditation & Margaritas approach to business is working

— From a woman's perspective, is running a business the right decision for you?

–How women can take the risk and own their own business

–3 things holding women back from taking the risk

–How to use your personal background to make a brand


Karin Roest is an entrepreneur and female empowerment enthusiast. As a celebrity talent scout & global producer, she has worked with celebrities like Pitbull, Britney Spears and Macklemore. Her diverse connections and cultural experiences has helped guide her to become the entrepreneur she is today. Courageously confronting the unknown, from sneaking in and out of war zones to rebuild African communities to unraveling the mysterious deaths of her birth parents and three biological sisters, and meditating for one year in silence in Myanmar (Burma), Karin shares her findings about the true meaning of solitude, freedom, happiness, and love to chronicle the lifelong map of her past that has paved the way for the future understanding of herself, the world, and her place within it.