Often we don’t have to reinvent the wheel to learn something new – we can just ask experts in the field who can draw on their experience to enlighten us. Below, we’ve shared insights insiders from various industries have shared with us.

TWIO | Art Director & Graphic Designer

Even though I’m a graphic designer, I work in one of the biggest, most complex, aggressive industries in the world – the music industry. In recent years, the number of designers has increased dramatically in proportion to the amount of music released in the world. Competition forces us to approach the matter not only professionally, but also creatively, since design is, first of all, an art. It is necessary to constantly come up with something, maintain cooperation with various people, be fast and stress-resistant. Read more>>

Will Malone | Fine Art Photographer & Creator of The Small Town Photo Project

Since I’m in the business of creating images and selling them as fine art home or office decor, there’s a lot of misconceptions about what I do. It’s the less travelled path in the photography industry, because photographers often think it’s impossible to make a living this way, while consumers tend to assume that it sounds maybe too easy, like they could do that themselves probably. Read more>>

Louis Allen | Strength and Conditioning Specialist & Online personal Fitness/Nutrition Coach

To live a fit and healthier lifestyle is being active and intentional. Put it on your calendar and schedule time to sync your mind and body with exercises that keep you feeling sharp, strong, and on top of your game daily. The key to your immediate success is being intentional. If you want to get in shape and live a healthier lifestyle, put it on your calendar and track it. Finding out what works for your lifestyle is the key to long-lasting sustainable positive results. Read more>>

Chauncey Perkins | Real Estate Brokerage Founder | Broker

One thing about the Real Estate industry, and more particularly, the Residential avenue is that Salespeople have to own the whole process. Meaning, although we are known for Communicating, Negotiating and working directly with our clients, customers and other Agents, we are the responsible and “tying” link that ultimately must communicate with all parties involved, to include lenders, attorney’s/title reps, inspectors and occasionally Appraisers to ensure the process is completed seamlessly. Read more>>