Our community is comprised of entrepreneurs and artists and creatives – folks who have chosen incredibly difficult professional paths that often don’t offer any safety nets or guarantees. Nonetheless, we regularly hear that being a parent is a far greater challenge and so we asked some of these folks to open up to us about the things they’ve done as parents that they feel will have a meaningful and positive impact on their child.

Justen Burns | Music producer/ artist

The most important thing I’ve taught my daughter is morals and discipline. Read more>>

Hiroshi Yamamoto | Japanese Omakase Chef

Living in Dallas with my family, I think the biggest thing I’ve done as a parent was moving from Japan to the U.S. last April. It was a huge change for my three kids who didn’t speak any English when we arrived. They had to start school and make new friends in a language they didn’t know. At first, it was really hard for them, but they started picking up English, just simple talks at first, and now they’re doing great. Read more>>