People often ask about the best decision, but we think it’s also very enlightening to learn about people’s most difficult decisions and the frameworks they used to think through those decisions.

Mary Lindsay Jackson | Realtor for North DFW

As a Realtor, I help people buy, sell, and invest in homes. Buying or selling a home is such a big milestone and investment, and I love to do my job to help make it an incredible experience for my clients. The end goal is to continue to serve my clients with my high level of customer service, integrity, expertise, experience, honesty, and communication skills. The place we call home is so meaningful to our lives as individuals and as families. Read more>>

Fabi Melendez | Lifestyle Photographer

Most difficult decision I have ever made can be moving to the states on my own at the age of 23. Just a simply curiosity, a seasonal job and leaving my comfort zone turn into 5 years of my life here in Fort Worth, TX. At first it was very challenging, the cultural shock, being apart from my family and friends, and adapting to a new language – even though I was fully bilingual, it can be intimidating the first couple of months. Read more>>

Rajesh Vemula | Artist, Photographer, Writer & Engineer

At present I’m doing Photography and Writing, and I’ve started acting in couple of short films. Soon I’ll be starting filmmaking, growing my networking and connecting with local talent to launch my project. I’d like to be an Filmmaker. Read more>>

Antoine Rakestraw | Master Barber & The Trendy Barber LLC Owner

The most difficult decision I’ve ever made would be going all in with barbering and opening my own shop. The process has been real. From barber exams, barbershop license, to LLC formation and business location. None of this has been an easy task but what is that worth having? Read more>>

LyricallyGifted Brother | SpokenWord Entertainer, Host and Poet

That’s a great question. One of my goals is to be remembered as the most entertaining spokenword artist ever. My goal is for my craft and creativity to sell out arenas across the countries, I want to touch the lives of total strangers, inspire them to chase their dreams and be the example of you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to no matter how many odds are stacked against you, no matter how many underestimate what you are doing, as long as you believe in yourself, you can achieve every goal you set. My goal is to inspire people like that, tp help make this world a better place one poem at a time Read more>>

Sharonda Whorton | Chandler & Educator

June 22 will be my 20th anniversary to my husband. Prior to meeting the love of my life in college I was married to my first love. At the age of 19, I married my first husband as a result of carrying his child. Being pregnant was a challenging blow for me because I knew I was the first in my family to go to a 4 year institution and I felt like I completely blew it by becoming pregnant, then moving on to be married at such a young age. I stayed home and attended one of the community colleges for 2 years and worked. Read more>>

Corry Brinson | CEO CohouseRecords

When I start a CoHouse Records I started it with the intention of creating a safe space for creative people to come share ideas show their talents and be recognized for those talents. Because of things like miss information, ignorance, or the lack of trust, record labels have been given a bad reputation. CohouseRecords end goal is to change the publics perception by giving artists the opportunity, even if it’s one time, to go for their dream with a machine behind them that believes their dream can become a reality. Read more>>