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.

Lakeisha Kindred | Virgin Hair Provider | Mobile Hair Bus Owner | Entrepreneur

One of the most difficult decisions I had to make was closing my 2nd salon down during the pandemic. This was a salon that I had had maybe a year before the pandemic hit & I had to shut it down & I was devastated . I shut my salon down & looked all over for another salon but I could never find one. The reason I couldn’t find one is because the Lord had bigger plans for me. I ended up finding a bus & I started a Mobile Hair company called, EE Express . You can order hair, wigs , and products on my website and I’ll deliver it to your front door, job , school or hair appointment! Read more>>

Kevin Edwards | Author

The most difficult decision I’ve had to make in my industry was knowing when to release a person from my inner circle that only wanted to ride the wave of my success. There’s nothing wrong with gleaning and getting ideas from someone who is successful, But you must ask God to reveal the direction that he wants for your brand. What they failed to realize is that God had approved a specific plan for me that will only work for me. It’s like taking a prescribed medicine, the medicine has my name on it and it is designed for my specific needs. Read more>>

Gabriel Dean | Professional Wrestler & Actor

Walking about from a 8’year long career to pursue my dream job. Sacrificing what you know income something you always dreamed of Read more>>

Charisse Drakeford | Charisse Drakeford, Author and Entrepreneur

The most challenging decision I had made was to leave everything and everyone, including my family, Travel to another country on a mission assignment. Read more>>

Blaqk Molly | Performing Artist, Model, and Actor

My most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make was and still is to have faith without security. As an artist you have to be confident in your craft, but as an independent artist you have to have confidence in your craft and the decisions you make and whether the end result is good or bad continue to push through. Every aspect of my career falls solely on me and there is no one to blame for failure but myself. But no matter how hard it is, my faith can not waiver. I trust the urge I have for my art is truly my calling and that keeps my confidence high. Read more>>

Nafis Keron | Business Finance Developer & Marketing Coach

One of the most difficult decision that I have had to encounter that I believe many do not take as seriously as they should, including myself at times, is whether or not I wanted to WIN by making small sacrifices.. From this I mean down to the littlest choices to most extreme If I want to succeed and win what choices and sacrifices am I going to make. As a business developer working in marketing and finance. I find my industry is mainly viewed by the finished result and not the scope of process. While building business credibility SACRIFICES are key to getting the funding you need to have that dream life you want so badly. Read more>>