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.

Timothy Richards | Streetwear Designer

Most difficult decision I made was dropping out of college back in 2018 to pursue my dream in designing. I thought my parents were gonna be angry and disappointed with me but it was it was complete opposite reaction. They were completely on board and told me if that if follow through with this decision that I put in 110% and that they wouldn’t allow me to put in any less effort. Read more>>

Zollyann Howell | Author, Educator and Entrepreneur

One of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made was walking away from my fulltime career as a Teacher to become a fulltime entrepreneur. When I decided to quit, I didn’t know how I was going to make it. I left with no plan and just my last paycheck and whatever was left in my teacher retirement account. Little did I know a pandemic was going to happen just months after. Read more>>

LaShaunte Wade | Private chef and Caterer turned filmmaker and Production company owner

I think starting my film production company in April of 2021. Still being in a pandemic, you’re kind of hesitant about things. If it’ll be profitable, if you’ll be able to get the necessary essentials you need to be successful. Read more>>