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.
Jay Anderson | Fashion Model/Fashion Executive/Sports Podcaster
I don’t look at any decision I’ve ever made as “difficult” according to textbook standards, I always know that I am making the best decision for my life and it may come with some difficult consequences. However, once the decision to move forward is placed in my spirit, I move! The difficulties only came when I didn’t act accordingly to my life’s purpose. Life and experience have taught one more important lesson and that is when God, says “move”, you move. Read more>>
Gregg Pearlman | Business Representative for International Alliance of Theatre and Stage Employees Local 127 in Dallas
Figuring out at a young age what occupation I love to be a part of, re-locating to the epicenter of that chosen field, attend & graduate a top student in my chosen field, making my career a top priority every personal excuse by not turning down any work offered. Read more>>
Miyan Benita | Freelance Writer
The most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make was when I just graduated college. My sister and I were presented with the opportunity to live in Israel for 6 months and learn Hebrew for free while living on a kibbutz, working there and re-connecting with family we have there. I had to decide if I wanted to take risks and go on an adventure-of-a-lifetime with my sister or stay in Dallas and begin my corporate career search. I was faced with such a cool opportunity that I knew was unique but at the same time the thoughts of leaving the comforts of home, my boyfriend and friends, right out of college to move across the world and live in a foreign country where I didn’t speak the language and would barely know anyone was…terrifying. In retrospect, it was the most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make because I was at a crossroads in my life and I wouldn’t be where I am today without that trip. Read more>>