We had the good fortune of connecting with Teshae Fulbright and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Teshae, we’d love to hear more about how you thought about starting your own business?
My personal thought process behind starting a business was to create something that could not be taken away from me. You know like the infamous saying “You are the creator of your own destiny -Swami Vivekanand”. I owe it to myself to do all that i can to have control of my destiny.

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
Dainty Daise, which is pronounced “DaintyDaisy”, is the ultimate jewelry box. Where Dainty encounters chic. I offer a wide variety of jewelry that will suit everyones taste. I am excited to see the continued growth of Dainty Daise. I have gotten this far by putting my all into every job that i had. It has definitely been a journey, but it all makes sense now. Those job were preparing me for what i have now. Overcoming every challenge that came my way by being patient, and knowing that the situation i was in was temporary. I just had to “Keep Going”, not letting the small things interfere with my bigger picture. A lesson that i learned along the way is that every action does not deserve a reaction from me. To take my time and evaluate the situation for what it is, and to not take it personal. Then, decide on how i wanted to go about it. Sometimes less is more! I would like the world to know that Dainty Daise was inspired by my late great grandmother, Daisy Mae! She is the foundation of my family. I can still remember her, even with the short time i had with her. The most daintiest and strong willed woman i have met yet. She birthed 14 children, with four sets of twins. That should say enough! My family means everything to me. So to create something in honor of that and to build generational wealth is my pleasure!

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Reading the book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad” changed my complete perspective of life. I wish i was introduced to this book in high school, rather than after graduating college.

Website: Daintydaise.com

Instagram: Personal: @lilmissteshh Business: @Daintydaiseboutique

Facebook: Dainty Daise

Image Credits
Maryh Lashell. IG: M_LashellPhotography

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