They started their career as infants whereby they were tasted in the single role of Michelle Tanner -the cute baby of the Full House
family. They were hired at the age of six months and filming began when they were nine months old.
Everyone loved Michelle Tanner, the wisecracking baby and little girls around the world went berserk over Michelle. With this, the Olsen twins’ parents saw this as an opportunity to promote their little twin girls’ image.
At the age of 7, Mary-Kate and Ashley with their then-manager, co-founded Dualstar Entertainment – a global brand management company with the specific goal of leveraging the popularity of these little twin girls.
Mary-Kate and Ashley made several straight-to-video movies as well as TV shows and even licensed their names to furniture and clothing lines for preteens — girls age 5 to 12. As they matured, their fashion sense bloomed. Mary-Kate and Ashley then moved on to start a clothing line in Wal-Mart stores for girls age 4-14 as well together with a beauty line called “Mary-Kate and Ashley: Real fashion for real girls”.
As entrepreneurs, your success is truly determined by the people you have. Don’t you sometimes feel that you are alone in your pursuit of business and personal success? How do you attract others to help you on your path to work and personal success?
Venture into the world and allow reality to support your efforts now. Move forward and cut frustration and time by opening up to new possibilities to uncover the requisite resources and information.
People love to contribute to dreams; you just have to tell them how. Success develops when you inspire others to walk into your vision and provide the insight required to achieve what may seem impossible.
How to inspire people to help you realize your goals:
It was told that you should never try and name your own company yourself. You cannot be objective enough to come up with the perfect company name. I thought about this, and decided to look into it further. It seemed ludicrous to me that a stranger could have a better feel about your eventual company name than you could.
I accept that they would have more experience in this field, but your company is ‘your baby’ and most probably was formed from ‘gut instinct’. I say use that `gut instinct’ and have a shot at naming your own company yourself. It’s FREE, and all it will cost you is a bit of time.