Tanya Moushi

Tanya Moushi

Speaker
Executive Consultant – Moushi & Co.

Businesses are made up of human beings and in order to do great work, we need to connect with them. I proudly take a multi/interdisciplinary approach to Consulting and Business Design. My focus is on the subtle and significant moments between user and experience in B2B and B2C markets for both products and services. Most of my work as a consultant, advisor, writer and advocate for entrepreneurs stems from a deep sense of responsibility and empathy. I think it's important to take an emotions-based approach to understanding behaviors, building products for practical and functional use, and designing service as an experience. I've contributed to the Delivering Happiness (Zappo's Company) 'Culture Collective,' and write about Good Business and the intersection of life, purpose, and entrepreneurship on my blog at moushi.co/blog. Speaking on the following topics: • The Human Side of the Web • Marketing for Social Change • Empathy and User Experience • Women in Entrepreneurship • Human Connection and Vulnerability • Gratitude and Client Service • Generosity in Business • The Small Business Revolution • Love as the Business Plan Personal and professional philosophy: Believe in the Power of Small. The world can be changed for the better by connecting humanness with the most compelling facets of technology and the drive for new or redesigned markets. My passion lies at the intersection of Business and Philosophy with the question: How do we create and understand meaningful moments? And, "How can business make the world a better place?" In asking these questions, we show the positive power of Business for social change. Creatively encouraging people to think and feel is one of the most rewarding aspects of my work which is influenced by transcendental and existential philosophy, art, music, epistemology and psychology, as well as from modern-day marketing and business influencers such as Seth Godin, Hugh Macleod, Tim Ferriss, Ryan Holiday, Daniel Pink, Dan and Chip Heath, and Michael Gerber.
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