Rising stars and the most important lessons they’ve learned

We asked some brilliant folks from the community to tell us about the most important lesson their business or career has taught them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Tuval Baruch | Guy who turned a hobby into a business and got lucky 😉

you can not do it alone. I don’t care what anybody else says, no matter how much drive you have, no matter how hard you work, you will need help on one thing or another, and you need to recognize what type of help you need, then go find the person who can fill that role. It can be a family member, it can be a friend, it can be a random stranger off the street that just walked into your store, no matter who it is, don’t be afraid or ashamed to ask for help. and always go to those who did it before you and ask them what they went through, and try to learn from their mistakes just a little more than you learn from their success. Read more>>

Ashlee Rivera | Artist, Creative Entrepreneur & Sound Healer

The most important lesson that my business has taught me is the value of trusting yourself & your own vision. The more you can recognize the things that inspire you, the things that move you, your true vision will push through. Knowing yourself and honoring who you are will create a unique space for you. Not only in your industry, but in the world. It will create opportunities and relationships that are divinely for you. God is good. Read More>>

Javeon Stuckey | Stage name supremethegink Artist, Dj, and producer

Believe in what you have built and accomplished. Yes you will have your doubts but believe in yourself and your business the way you did when you started. You will not be able to appease everyone, but know there are thousands, possibly millions of people who would love to have your services. Read more>>

Sophia Nguyen | Mommy & Local candle maker

Patience and consistency .When I started my candle business I just knew that they were gonna sell out I just had a feeling every one does just starting out and when they didn’t I learned that growing a business takes time and the key ingredient to it all is patience and consistency. Read more>>

Corona Jones | Naturopathic Practitioner + Holistic Consultant

Trusting my intuition is the most valuable lesson I have learned in my career. Understanding the importance of using critical thinking skills and paying attention to my inner thoughts, feelings the first time. Of course this is a daily practice and it is not perfection I am striving for. The only thing that remains consistent is change and learning from the lessons brings growth. Read more>>

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