Silvia Kramska is a former professional tennis player and coach who later become an entrepreneur, Personal Trainer and Nutritionist. Silvia has also competed as a natural bodybuilder where she was runner-up in the state championships, represented Australia on the international stage, and competed in the Arnold Classic. In her entrepreneurial pursuits, Silvia has:
Founded and sold 2 x organic cafes in Melbourne called Real Food Organic. Landed the rights to bring LA favourite and cult workout Rise Nation to Australia with studio in South Yarra
She coaches out of celebrity hot spot AceroGym when she is in Sydney. She recently founded Jusi Vitamins.
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We are thrilled to have you join us today, welcome to ValiantCEO Magazine’s exclusive interview! Let’s start off with a little introduction. Tell our readers a bit about yourself and your company.
Silvia Kramska: I’ve launched Jusi a few months ago and been working on this for about a year. Due to my busy lifestyle and travel between Melb and Sydney I found it hard to always take my vitamins and therefore saw a gap in the market to create one box with the main daily needed dose for health and beauty and optimum health. There are morning and evening vitamins in 2 sachets with 3 different vitamins in each.
2020 and 2021 threw a lot of curve balls into business on a global scale. Based on the experience gleaned in the past couple years, how can businesses thrive in 2022? What lessons have you learned?
Silvia Kramska: I’ve learned to have or launch a business that is based around health and is also online.
The pandemic seems to keep on disrupting the economy, what should businesses focus on in 2022? What advice would you share?
Silvia Kramska: We should def focus on wellbeing and health as no matter what, people will need to look after themselves.
How has the pandemic changed your industry and how have you adapted?
Silvia Kramska: I can see people doing more online at home work rather than face to face and same with fitness as I own Rise Nation gym so it’s been hard since we were not able to even do online and had to adapt an offer clients other options to move.
What advice do you wish you received when the pandemic started and what do you intend on improving in 2022?
Silvia Kramska: I guess to know how long it’ll be as here in Melbourne we re-opened 7 x and been closed for over a year. I’d improve on additional offers within the business.
Online business surged higher than ever, B2B, B2C, online shopping, virtual meetings, remote work, Zoom medical consultations, what are your expectations for 2022?
Silvia Kramska: I think it’ll only grow and we can see that now with the new metaverse where things going more into virtual reality.
How many hours a day do you spend in front of a screen?
Silvia Kramska: 6
The majority of executives use stories to persuade and communicate in the workplace. Can you share with our readers examples of how you implement that in your business to communicate effectively with your team?
Silvia Kramska: I’d say is to be open with the staff about what’s going on at certain times of business.
Business is all about overcoming obstacles and creating opportunities for growth. What do you see as the real challenge right now?
Silvia Kramska: People still being scared of what will happen and if the closures will come back anytime or we can live and travel as normal.
In 2022, what are you most interested in learning about? Crypto, NFTs, online marketing, or any other skill sets? Please share your motivations.
Silvia Kramska: Online marketing, sales, and definitely NFTs as that’s where a lot of work is heading now.
A record 4.4 million Americans left their jobs in September in 2021, accelerating a trend that has become known as the Great Resignation. 47% of people plan to leave their job during 2022. Most are leaving because of their boss or their company culture. 82% of people feel unheard, undervalued and misunderstood in the workplace. Do you think leaders see the data and think “that’s not me – I’m not that boss they don’t want to work for? What changes do you think need to happen?
Silvia Kramska: I think more leadership training and also better communication within their business and open dialog.
On a lighter note, if you had the ability to pick any business superpower, what would it be and how would you put it into practice?
Silvia Kramska: For me, it would be asking for help more, as at certain times I don’t think I can do it by myself. I’d want to delegate more.
What does “success” in 2022 mean to you? It could be on a personal or business level, please share your vision.
Silvia Kramska: Being able to have a balance between work and leisure more and travel with my business.
Jerome Knyszewski, VIP Contributor to ValiantCEO and the host of this interview would like to thank Silvia Kramska for taking the time to do this interview and share her knowledge and experience with our readers.
If you would like to get in touch with Silvia Kramska or her company, you can do it through her – Instagram
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