We’ve been fortunate to connect with so many brilliant, thoughtful entrepreneurs and creatives and we regularly ask them about the most important lessons they’ve learned over the course of their careers. We’ve shared some highlights below.

Bethany Evans-Brown | Company Owner & Creative Entrepreneur

The most important lesson I’ve learned from Woolberry has been to allow myself the space to create. The space to push my limits. The space to become. When I started Woolberry 4 years ago, I was (quite frankly) just burnt out on life. My husband and I had moved back to the States from living overseas in New Zealand and I didn’t really have any direction. So, on a whim, I decided to start this whole thing. I decided to take a risk and a chance. I decided for probably the first time in my life, that I could do something and make something of myself. Woolberry gave me my voice – both artistically and in normal life. Now, 4 years later with the addition of 2 children, and 3 employees running the business alongside my husband – I look back and see not just how much Woolberry has grown in that time, but also how much I’ve grown as a person because I allowed myself the freedom to create. Read more>>

LeToya Garland | Teaching Artist & Small Business Owner

Surrounding yourself with a great team of like minded individuals who support each other and believe in the vision of your business will lead to success under any circumstance. How we support, challenge and encourage each other to grow empowers each individual to show up with their best contributions. Read more>>

Adena Rosales | Esthetician

The most important lesson I would say is to frequently self evaluate. Learning to find the courage to take a deeper look at yourself and be honest about your weaknesses is where the change really begins. It’s a daily effort to be better than the person I was yesterday but action and accountability are key components to success. While it’s humbling to admit faults I hope to never stop. My mom always told me “check yourself before you reck yourself. Read more>>