Offbeat: Doctors quit their jobs after buying a $250 candle making kit on a whim - and now make $600,000 a year from their booming business - - PressFrom - Canada
  •   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat Doctors quit their jobs after buying a $250 candle making kit on a whim - and now make $600,000 a year from their booming business

05:05  18 november  2019
05:05  18 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

White collar jobs on the rise in Alberta: Statistics Canada

  White collar jobs on the rise in Alberta: Statistics Canada White-collar jobs including ones in the medical and scientific sector are on the rise in Alberta while the oil and gas industry continues to struggle. The latest Statistics Canada labour force survey, released Friday, has Alberta’s employment up marginally by 0.3 per cent from September to October. That equates to roughly 14,400 more full-time jobs, however, the province lost 6,700 part-time jobs. Major gains were seen in sectors like health care, business, insurance, and real estate as well as wholesale and trade. Employment in the professional, scientific and technical service sector also saw a boost.

candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business . 10 years when, in December 2015, they created Light & Glo by purchasing a $ 250 candle kit . each as doctors and researchers but their revenue has doubled to $ 600 , 000 since making their first tiny.

candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business . 10 years when, in December 2015, they created Light © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jeeva and Suji Sanjeevan (pictured) quit their lucrative jobs as doctors and pursued a career in

a couple of people posing for the camera: Jeeva and Suji Sanjeevan (pictured) quit their lucrative jobs as doctors and pursued a career in candle making© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jeeva and Suji Sanjeevan (pictured) quit their lucrative jobs as doctors and pursued a career in candle making

Jeeva and Suji Sanjeevan quit their lucrative jobs as doctors and pursued a career in candle making - doubling their salaries from $300,000 collectively to $600,000.

The Melbourne-based couple had been practising for almost 10 years when, in December 2015, they created Light & Glo by purchasing a $250 candle kit.

'Jeeva has worked at various hospitals, including Monash, The Royal Children's Hospital, St Vincent's and The Alfred Hospital,' Suji, 36, told FEMAIL.

Kenney government survey seeks Albertans’ input on potential employment rule changes

  Kenney government survey seeks Albertans’ input on potential employment rule changes Albertans will be able to take part in a survey this month that the UCP government says is intended to provide them with information to help make decisions on potential future changes to employment rules in the province. "We are committed to getting Albertans back to work, which is why we moved quickly to pass the Open for Business Act in the spring," Labour and Immigration Minister Jason Copping said in a news release on Thursday. "Now we want to hear from the public on how we can continue to make Alberta's employment rules simpler and more efficient."I encourage everyone to go online and submit their thoughts.

candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business . 10 years when, in December 2015, they created Light & Glo by purchasing a $ 250 candle kit . each as doctors and researchers but their revenue has doubled to $ 600 , 000 since making their first tiny

IMAGINE turning your hobby into a thriving business that turns over £74, 000 a year - enough to open a shop. Well that's exactly what pals - and former partners - Ashley Cooke, 28, and Kristian Matthews, 24, did, with the lads now expecting their growing Cozy Glow candle business to turnover a tidy £120

'I pursued a clinical research career working at the Royal Children's Hospital and St Vincent's and have completed one-year of a Juris Doctor course.'

The pair were earning $150,000 each as doctors and researchers but their revenue has doubled to $600,000 since making their first tiny investment into Light & Glo.

'The idea of business has always intrigued both Jeeva and I. In additional to our successful careers we have always wanted the flexibility that entrepreneurship has provided,' Suji said.

a man holding a wine glass: The pair were earning $150,000 each as doctors and researchers but their revenue has doubled to $600,000 since making their first tiny investment into Light & Glo© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The pair were earning $150,000 each as doctors and researchers but their revenue has doubled to $600,000 since making their first tiny investment into Light & Glo a man and a woman sitting on a bench: Wanting to be 'industry leaders in the field of ambience', Jeeva and Suji wanted to stand out from what is a very saturated industry© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Wanting to be 'industry leaders in the field of ambience', Jeeva and Suji wanted to stand out from what is a very saturated industry

The most controversial sports personalities of all time

  The most controversial sports personalities of all time These athletes were lightning rods for controversy during their careers, whether it was for on- or off-the-field incidents. While some offended people with their words, actions or just their generally contrary attitudes, their names are now synonymous with causing a ruckus. Here are the most controversial athletes in sports history.

They search for jobs on their phones, they apply for jobs via their phones, receive notifications of their progression through the application process via their phones Doctors quit their jobs after buying a $ 250 candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business .

Doctors quit their jobs after buying a $ 250 candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business . Most Americans are uneasy about how their data is collected and used: 79 percent said they are not comfortable about the handling of their information by Most

'Through Light & Glo we are able to craft our own career path and build our own dreams as opposed to being steered in a path that is more rigid and inflexible.

'As parents to three young boys we decided to forge our own destiny to spend more time with them.'

Wanting to be 'industry leaders in the field of ambience', Jeeva and Suji wanted to stand out from what is a very saturated industry.

So they place ethically sourced North American wooden wicks into their candles that have an essential oil scent, giving the 100% soy wax an entirely unique smell.

Currently on the website they are selling 'yoga-inspired' candles for $28, aromatherapy room spray for $19.95 and organic hand and body wash for $29.95.

a man and a woman standing in front of a building: Currently on the website they are selling 'yoga-inspired' candles for $28, aromatherapy room spray for $19.95 and organic hand and body wash for $29.95© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Currently on the website they are selling 'yoga-inspired' candles for $28, aromatherapy room spray for $19.95 and organic hand and body wash for $29.95

On any given day the couple will be at their Hoppers Crossing store front and warehouse, speaking with the growing team, and attending meetings, serving customers and pouring candles.

Man's iris looks like Eye of Sauron due to rare genetic disorder

  Man's iris looks like Eye of Sauron due to rare genetic disorder Pigment dispersion syndrome caused the man's eye to look like something out of Mordor.That's what happened to an eye doctor in Texas when a 44-year-old man stopped by the office to establish patient care. The man had no specific complaints aside from a family history of glaucoma.

In the six years that franchise has run in Australia, the host has been there to coach the suitors and suitresses through their final moments before greeting both Doctors quit their jobs after buying a $ 250 candle making kit on a whim - and now make $ 600 , 000 a year from their booming business .

Year after year , after year , they're more innovative than all their competition. About three and a half years ago, I made a discovery. And this discovery profoundly changed my view on how I This explains why every single person in this room is perfectly comfortable buying a computer from Apple.

They have won multiple awards for their business including Optus' Manufacturing Business of the Year, Handmade Business Award Winner and Young Business Person of the Year winner at the Wyndham Business Awards.

While there have been challenges in the four years since they launched, the pair believe business ownership is one of the most rewarding experiences they could have had.

a group of people sitting at a table using a laptop: The couple were hoping to be closer to their three boys at home, so decided to pursue entrepreneurship© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The couple were hoping to be closer to their three boys at home, so decided to pursue entrepreneurship

'You need to consistently push yourself out of her comfort zone, taking risks to move forward. The creative industries are constantly evolving, so there is the need to constantly keep up and innovate,' Suji said.

They are partnering with American Express' Shop Small initiative to celebrate their local business, which gives back to the community by leaving very little carbon footprint and giving back to charitable organisations.

'Be sure to line your business up with your passions,' Suji said.

'Arm yourself with self-belief and make a mental commitment to focus on solutions not problems.

'Allow fear to be the motivator but not the captor and use "no" to prompt new direction and opportunity.'

Most Canadians who switch careers are happier for it, survey finds .
Nearly nine out of 10 Canadians who have made a career change say they're happier since making the switch, a new survey has found.Conducted on behalf of job site Indeed Canada, the research polled 1,023 randomly selected full-time workers from a variety of industries and education levels and found that 38 per cent had made a complete career change at some point.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 4
This is interesting!