We had the good fortune of connecting with TeVaun Scallion and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi TeVaun, we’d love to hear about how you approach risk and risk-taking
I feel that every entrepreneur or business should take necessary risk. Being able to improvise in different situations will help set your business apart from the rest. Look at how people have adapted to this global pandemic it’s just the nature of being in business. Changing with the times, and in my specific life taking risks to move to a new city has greatly impacted me. The connections and networking that I’ve made while in Houston has helped me grow so much. Not just as a business but as a person as well.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
The whole idea about Walkin’ Skeleton is not about your outside appearances but your character. We all have the same skeleton which one one the many ways we’re connected as a people. Walkin’ Skeleton would like to share our unique voice in any avenue of business we explore. Specifically when producing projects and helping others bring their ideas to life. Walkin’ Skeleton strives to make sure that our clients we work with are satisfied with the final product.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
If we’re going on a week long trip we would start with food. Personally I like smaller food places rather then big chains so we would stop by bourbon sizzler in the Med center that’s a great spot for Jamaican food. Then we would go to Hermann park for some pictures then end up at grooves for happy hour. We would definitely find a lot of the places to take pictures like buffalo bayou or discovery green. Stop by the galleria and eat at Belle station or Rice box. If they wanted to go out for sure The address on Sundays, chapman and Kirby, seaside lounge, atomic. bottle, Kamp, etc. There’s really always something popping up.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I’d have to give a huge shoutout to God first and foremost and of course my family who really just allowed me to explore what I wanted to do. Even if they didn’t fully see the whole idea of what I wanted to do, They understood that I was determined to figure out a way to bring my ideas to life. My best friend Greg definitely was a big factor especially in the early days when I would use him when I needed to test out any new gear that I got.
Walkin Skeleton – Tevaun Scallion