We asked some of the city’s most brilliant and creative minds to tell us about the most difficult decision they’ve had to make.

Victor Tyler | Director & Cinematographer

One of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made was leaving my comfortable full-time job just because of a feeling I had. I felt like I wasn’t ready and if I’m being 100% honest I wasn’t, but I had this feeling that it was just time to take myself seriously. At that time, my now business partner and co-founder of Dear, Who Productions, told me to just believe in the vision and put trust in yourself. Now that I think about it, I don’t think he meant quit your job…. but that’s what I felt was the right thing to do for me. Quitting my job gave me the fuel to do something I’ve never been able to do, which is 100% believing in my dream, it gave me the time to sit down and fully put trust in myself that I can do this. Read more>>

Heather Johnson | Business Owner/Strut Shoetique & Author

Trusting & Believing God. I know some may say that’s easy. But, when you don’t know what’s ahead, can’t see where you’re going or if you’ll succeed or fail; I’d say trusting God was the most difficult but best thing I could have ever done for myself. One thing I’ve learned about having faith is He will never steer you wrong, He’s always there giving you direction (if you’re listening) and THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO FAILURE IN HIM!!! Read more>>