Often we don’t have to reinvent the wheel to learn something new – we can just ask experts in the field who can draw on their experience to enlighten us. Below, we’ve shared insights insiders from various industries have shared with us.

Guacamole Travel MX (Aarón Ruiz) | Globetrotter & entretener

For the content creatros not all is happiness at the moment to create and take pictures or videos in the countries were we-re. The reality is in order to create a good memories for our viewers, we need to prepare and investigate about the destiny that we are planing to go. But at the same time, is so enriching to discover ways to live, differetn perspectives of mind and also, a liitle risk when we walk through places not so safe. Read more>>

Joe Pontillo | Comedian, Writer, Actor, Producer

Probably that it’s a full-time job and I’m not always surrounded by famous people. Outsiders might think there isn’t much to doing comedy and when I started I probably felt the same way. Just tell some jokes and the right person person will see you and you boom, you’re on TV. It doesn’t work like that and now more than ever it is a nearly daily grind of emailing or messaging people who largely don’t respond in an effort to get work. Read more>>

Ashley Johnson | Real Estate Agent and Apartment Locator

One thing about the real estate industry that outsiders are most likely unaware of is how long it can take to generate clientele and secure your first deal. It usually takes new sales agents anywhere from six to twelve months to secure their first deal, so up until that point, you are essentially just networking and working for free in order to get your name out there to potential clients. So, it is very important to have another source of income until you get to that point where you have clients that you are working with consistently! Read more>>

Courtney LaShaun | Model & Actress

I would say all of the time and effort that goes into it. Being in front of the camera is not as easy as some would think. It does take practice and being able to take direction. You can be on set all day some times as well as multiple days if needed. Read more>>

Tony Francisco | Board-Certified Coach & Performance Specialist

I consider myself a coach first before anything else. I can also be called a trainer, consultant, or advisor, but the term coach and the industry of coaching is what describes what I do best. Since so many people call themselves a coach and the term is also associated with a sports coach, many people do not quite understand the difference between what I do when compared to a trainer, consultant, or advisor. Simply put, a coach is defined as a partner that helps co-create the outcome you desire by asking powerful, life altering questions. Read more>>

Phillip Harber | Powerlifter extraordinaire

I think the biggest thing that people are unaware of in the powerlifting community at least from an outsiders perspective. Is how positive we are and dedicated to each other’s success. Sure there’s rivalry but if you’re gone from that gym for more than a day or so people will reach out to find out if you’re in the right headspace or something came up I recently got injured and the Gym owner himself reached out to me wanting to know why he hadn’t seen me. Read more>>

Alyssa Carrieré | Wella Master Colorist

One thing about my industry that outsiders are probably unaware of is how much scientific knowledge goes into achieving a desired look .For example, starting and ending level, underlying pigments, and developer. I am a master colorist with Wella professionals and we say when it comes to hair color you have to think FAST. First is your Formulation which would be your color. Second and third is your Application and your Saturation, meaning did you use enough product. Lastly is your Time. How long did you leave the hair color on. So the next time you go to the store and grab a box of color think twice. Read more>>