We asked some of the brightest folks in the community to open up to us about the most important lesson their business or career has taught them. We’ve highlighted some of those responses below.

Déborah leclercq | actress and singer

to never give up and always be open and ready for new adventures Read more>>

Adam Mock | Leadership Coaching Specialist & Dream Rescuer

That understanding doesn’t equal agreement. Too many of us are afraid to take a posture of curiosity when we find ourselves in opposition to someone else’s views or opinions. Instead, we dig in our heels and talk louder, talk more, and try to over power the conversation with logic in a futile attempt to win someone to our side. Read more>>

Aimee Granton | Hairstylist

One of the most important lessons that my career has taught me is the art of adaptability. Being a hairdresser is a creative and rewarding career, where every day we have clients in our chair trusting us with not only their hair, but their self-confidence. To be adaptable to many different situations, from a drastic color or haircut change to a shoulder to cry on or a understanding ear allowing you to vent. Read more>>

Tyrique Beauford | Artist

Most important lesson I got so far is never look for help and go get it yourself Read more>>

Crissy Barker | Brand Owner and Entrepreneur

The most important lesson my business has taught me is to remain being proactive and progressive. Read more>>