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.

Bridget Munezero | Entreprenuer

Dare to try. You cant wait for all your ducks to be in a row, but you can arrange them as you go. Some of us have the fear that we might fail because we have never done this before. How are you going to learn if you don’t take that leap of faith. Read more>>

Rivkah French | Queer-positive choreographer, community builder, activist for self-expression, and all around agitator

Passion and interest guided me to dance. But loving every part of the dancemaking process: training, choreographing, teaching, collaborating, rehearsing, and performing–enjoying each stage in the process has allowed me to continue doing this work for the past 25 years. Read more>>

KAREN TORRES | Houston Photographer

love this question! But Let’s keep it simple guys , the most important lesson my business has taught me is to be patience and not give up . Every day is going to be a new lesson to learn and new challenges to overcome , but it’s up to you to make it . Read more>>

Vyann’e Cooper aka Creolekisses | CEO of LePhenom6HaiiR & Media Host of Creolekisses DiaryTv

My business has taught me to be persistence and patience. If you love and believe in what you do, be persistent in pushing your brand, whether others believe in it or not. There are many that will be glad that they found you and will invest in what they need. Be patient when you are starting out with your business. Every day is different. One day your brand is going to get that hit you are looking for and take off. Stay persistent and patient. Read more>>