We had the good fortune of connecting with Quinlan Williams and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Quinlan, we’d love to hear about how you approach risk and risk-taking
Risk is almost always worth the reward. Whether it be more access, more information, or more money. If you take a risk and fail, you just gained the information you needed to move past that obstacle next time. If you take a risk and end up in a higher spot than you were before, you just gained the access you were seeking. If you take a risk and create a brand new source of income for yourself, there’s your pay increase. For anyone wanting to be an entrepenuer, a creative, or anything that results in personal freedom, you’ve gotta take risks.
I enjoy taking risks and challenging traditions, actions that have always gotten me more of the intangible things I strive for, access and information. I often ask questions that challenge the norm or use new ways of thinking to fuel my actions and goals.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
I love when I recieve feedback from clients and they mention the professionalism and business sense. My goal is to provide clients with a full experience and package whenever I create for them and I love to see my efforts pay off and create smiles.
The journey here definetly was not easy. There was alot of things that I had to learn on the fly or by observing others. The most valuable part of my journey has been learning about business optimization and project management. I like this because when my business processes are automated, I can focus more on creating for my clients and creating magic for them.
For anyone wanting to know my story, you can take away that there’s always a way. If you have the dedication and you goal is crystal clear, stop at nothing to get it. It’s okay to break away from tradition and do things your way. I support anyone who loves chasing their goals.
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
The first place I would take my friend is to the newly opened Slim & Husky’s on Broadway. This is one of my favorite places and they just made history in Nashville. After some good food downtown, we would go to a local showcase at The Pink Flamingo or Basement East or The Local Distro. Nashville is full of rich talent so we would definitely be hitting those spots. Over the next few days we’d visit places like Green Hills mall, or 100 Oaks plaza. We would take a trip to Opry to see the mall and attractions around. Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I’d like to shoutout a local role model for me, Moise Nicolas. We met back in 2018 right after Moise quit his job at Nissan to strive for his goals as a cinematographer. I was very inspired by Mo because I remember the meeting we had after he quit and I saw and felt the dedication he had. Moise was really the first person I saw successfuly quit their job to go do what they love and that showed me that day that it was possibly. Over the years I’ve been able to witness Moise level up multiple times and get bigger projects and more access, and its definetly an inspiration to me. I’m a big fan of people who are able to have an idea and fully execute, and continue executing time after time.
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