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.
Evan Leaphart | Founder & CEO, Kiddie Kredit | Co-Founder, Black Men Talk Tech
Going full time on my business. I really invested all of my savings and tapped into my personal credit to bring Kiddie Kredit to reality. Read more>>
Carona Davis-Diop | Author & Filmmaker
The most difficult decision that I’ve ever had to make was becoming a filmmaker. I say this because it took me becoming physically ill before I changed my life. This would include the way that I treated myself mentally, physically and spiritually. Because of this, I actually feel more stable, healthier and the clearest that I have ever been on the decisions that I have made in relation to becoming a part of the indie film industry. Read more>>
Alesha Brinson | CEO of Black Script Productions Writer and Director
The most difficult decision I had to make was relocating to another state. Leaving everything that was familiar for better. Read more>>