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.

Diana Boswell | Real Estate Professional

Leaving my 9-5 and deciding to become an entrepreneur was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve had to make. It was extremely scary! So many doubts ran through my head. The traditional 9-5 had security, stability, and great benefits but it wasn’t the type of life that I envisioned for myself. It didn’t bring me joy. I decided to put my happiness first after much prayer and support from my husband. Read more>>

Bre’anna Collins | Business Owner, Singer and Mom

The most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make is taking the leap of faith and quitting my job before my business took off fully. In April I had my first born, but he was born with an epignathus teratoma. It’s a fancy word for a tumor. It was about 3lbs and literally covered his entire face. Long story short, my son was in the NICU for almost 100 days, due to the tumor about 3cm of his jaw has been removed, he had to get a tracheotomy, jaw distractor and gastrostomy. We were denied home healthcare through my insurance and he needs 24/hr care, so I have to be nurse mommy. I can’t work a set schedule and care for him because of the attention he needs right now. That forced me to push Liqu’em into overdrive. Although business is still growing, God have been providing and bringing me new clients daily simply off of word of mouth! Read more>>

Elena Mileva-Anderson | Fiber Artist & Shop Owner

The most difficult decision I had to make is to leave a secure job that offered benefits and decent pay, to pursue my dream Read more>>

Abnormality | Artist/Musician

Being me is the probably the most difficult decision I’ve made, it’s hard to be ones true self when everybody has an image or idea of what they want you to be. Everybody has opinions and try to force that on you, for me I knew what I wanted it’s was just about how to get there. By being me I don’t let outsiders control what I’m doing, I don’t react on emotions, I live the day as if that’s all I had. Being yourself is (Abnormal) Read more>>