Conscious Ink founder Frank Gjata, is on a mission is to spread love and raise consciousness around the world, one body at a time! Through his temporary tattoos, he hopes to spread love throughout and give people a fun way to share their message with other people.
1. Tell us about Conscious Ink?
Conscious Ink is about supporting transformation. We’ve created our Manifestation Temporary Tattoos to be powerful transformational tools utilizing positive words, inspiring quotes, and healing affirmations to support people on their personal journey.
2. What is your mission?
Our mission is to raise consciousness around the world, one body at a time!
3. What inspired you to start Conscious Ink?
I was thinking of unique ways to support my coaching clients (and myself) to stay true to their intentions, and make transformational shifts in the moment.
4. How did you come up with the name?
Actually, a friend of mine came up with the name. It’s perfect, and so simple. It’s ink that helps you stay conscious.
5. Who makes the designs?
I and our in house designer work together on creating them.
6. Do you have a favorite design?
I have many favorite designs. It all depends on what I’m focusing on in my life at the time. That’s when a certain message will really stand out. For instance, recently, the message “remember who you really are” has been a powerful and supportive reminder.
7. Have there been any challenges or did anything surprising happen since you started?
There are continual challenges! You’re really tested all the time, like any life pursuit. That’s why it’s so important to be clear about your mission, and values, so you can stay true to yourself, and your company, because ultimately that’s what really matters.
8. How do you spread the word about your company?
9. Do you have a favorite quote or go to saying?
I have so many. It really depends vary on what I’m focusing on in my life. See answer #6 above.
10. Do you have any advice for young entrepreneurs?
Yes. I’m sure you’ve heard this before…follow what you’re most passionate about, what you really love to do, and do that. Don’t worry about the details, or the “how’s”. Just do what you love, and it will love you back.