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.
Irvington Ray | Creative
Deciding whether or not I wanted to stay true to myself or if I wanted to just appeal to the masses of what I knew everyone else would accept versus what I genuinely wanted to do with it myself Read more>>
Dajur Mobley | Clothing brand owner & music artist
Not going to college and removing myself from my family. It was tough at times to have that confidence when family, friends & society are pushing you to just work a 9-5. Read more>>
Bailey Reber | Podcast Host & Entrepreneur
I’d have to say that the most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make was choosing to move forward with starting my podcast. Distressed to Joyful; Bailey’s Way is focused on mental health awareness, my journey with accepting my bipolar 2 disorder and all of the struggles I’ve faced over the years. While mental health is starting to grow in awareness, it is still highly stigmatized, so it took a lot of courage for me to decide to share my journey on a public platform. Ultimately, choosing to create the show was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made! Not only have others reached out to me to tell me how my podcast has been beneficial to them, but simultaneously it also helps me. It is incredibly freeing to be fully open about my mental health disorder and to no longer feel like I have to hide this part of my life from anyone. Was it scary to announce the podcast about my mental health disorder to the world? Absolutely! Would I do it again in a heartbeat? Without a doubt! Read more>>