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.

Gabi Magaly | Artist and Full Time Photography Professor

I think the most difficult decision I had to make to further myself as an artist was leaving home. Being the first born daughter to immigrant parents is hard because they want one thing for you and you want another. You don’t want to disrespect them but that’s how it might come off to them, when I wanted to move away for undergrad at 18 and 22 for grad school. My mom now understands that I left because of school to go further in life not because I didn’t love her. She’s very proud of where I’ve been and where I’m going because she knows that at the end of the day I’m doing what makes me happy in life. Read more>>

Sachet Lane | Founder/Owner of Pink Pearls Too

Several years ago I was laid off from my job. I had to make the difficult decision do I go back into the corporate world or do I start my own business. It was a very difficult because at the time I had two children that were depending on me. I decided to take a chance. Read more>>

Jay Davi5 | Podcast Host and Voice of The People

The hardest decision that I’ve made in life has to do with believing in myself, being okay with becoming great while trying to be humble and getting over my fear of success. I enjoy doing for others and seeing the fruits of that labor yet I have not nurtured myself in the past. Read more>>