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.

Tiffanie Munoz | Photographer

Probably to just start believing in myself & my work. I’ve always tried to please people and kinda do what they wanna do & not what I would love to do. It’s taught me that it’s okay to know your worth of your craft. To believe in yourself & don’t let people take that for granted. Read more>>

Jennie Peak | Photographer

That the overall experience is key. You can have a great product/end result but if the overall experience isn’t a good one, what will make your clients come back? Communication, customer service and the end result all tie into one experience from start to finish. Many of us have ordered something or had a service where we scheduled and then just showed up to pick up our product or complete the service we signed up for and leave and forget all about it. Read more>>

Tina Zawadzki | Founder/Owner/Chef – The Dinner Whisk

Run your business in a way that is authentic and true to you! You will get tons of unsolicited advice from friends, family, colleagues, employees and even, clients. Listen to all of that advice and then run it through your personal and professional filter to determine if can be useful to you. This is your BIG IDEA and you are the ONLY one who can drive and nurture it to your vision of success! Read more>>

Egypt Cario | Egypt Cario (not Cairo) | Model, Social Media Influencer & Esthetician

Id have to say the biggest lesson would have to be …. Have absolutely no expectations ! Over the years I’ve learned that what I’d do for someone they probably have no intentions on doing the same for me. Sometimes we think we’re being great friends by supporting our friends businesses with a simple repost or actually purchasing something. However, when it comes to supporting you or your business, it gets really quiet and no one is supporting you as you did them. I had to learn this lesson the hard way, and honestly a lesson I’m glad I learned when I did. Read more>>

Kaelyn Brooks | CEO of SKNMISTRY

Consistency is E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G! It plays such a big part in building a business, I could give a speech on it. There are so many facets to having a business and each one requires you to be consistent if you want to be successful. Read more>>