We asked some of the brightest folks in the community to open up to us about the most important lesson their business or career has taught them. We’ve highlighted some of those responses below.
Talia Strahler | Physical Therapist/Health and Wellness Coach
Go with your gut and follow your heart. You don’t have to follow what everyone else is doing, especially if it doesn’t feel right. You can pave your own path. What is meant for you, is meant for you to have, so don’t be afraid to go for it. Read more>>
Sara Avant Stover | Bestselling Author, Certified Internal Family Systems Practitioner, and Teacher of Feminine Spirituality
Having been immersed in building both my business and career for the past 23 years, the most important thing this process has taught me is the need to keep taking small steps, consistently. These regular points of engagement (like posting on social media a few times a week, sending out a monthly newsletter, and writing for one hour every morning) are key and add up over time to create more opportunities, bodies of work, and engagement. Read more>>
Emily Turner | Musician & Small Business Owner
If you show up consistently and treat it professionally, you CAN and will experience success in your dream job / entrepreneurship. In my case, being a full time musician felt impossible when I started. But I’ve treated my journey with as much professionalism as I possibly could. I’ve used my spare time to develop my craft rather than lazily binge media. I showed up every single day in whatever capacity I could. Read more>>