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.
Liliana Lugo | Photographer
To quit a Job, A really good one…to go off and chase my dreams. I had been there for 5 years, My boss was an amazing person, He taught me much throughout the time I was working for him. He was an inspiration to me. So having to sit down during a lunch meeting just to let him know I had to leave his team, Boy that was tough! Read more>>
Sophia Rahman | Physician
Ever since I completed residency in 2013, I spent 5 years being employed by a hospital system. I realized that as a physician you’re kinda at the bottom of the barrel. Therefore knowing it would be a huge pay cut to my salary, I took the plunge to private practice. I am able to practice medicine the way it should be practiced and meet some wonderful patients along the way. Patients are not just numbers and I am able to focus on patient care. I have no regrets up to this point. Read more>>
Aleisha Kennedy | Professional
I would say that the most difficult decision I ever had to make was quitting my day job and dedicating myself “Full Time” to my business. It was most difficult because all I have ever know, was to work a 9-5 job. Everything after that was simply extra. Well the “Extra” began to out weigh the “norm”..! Read more>>