“Self-imposed boundaries are important.”
“Entrepreneurship is a dance.”
Going the distance.
Dessert Goals and Rom Com Fest founder, Miraya Berke lets us in on the secret.
“We often forget that we are enough just as we are, where we are.”
“The beauty of owning your own business is that you make the rules.”
“The key to creativity is to surround yourself with curious people who will ask questions and challenge the status quo.”
“Creating something that people care about and that has an impact are my favorite parts of being an entrepreneur.”
“Don’t be afraid to fail. Have self-awareness so that when you do fail, you know how to do better next time.”
If you’ve been on YouTube in the last five years, you probably already know Dani Austin.
“you have to put yourself out there, say you want it, but also be willing to fail and accept responsibility for your mistakes and when you could’ve done better.”
“One should always consider: ‘What is the worst that could happen, and how likely is that?’”
“We should take what speaks to us and make that a pillar for what we base our creativity on.”
“Be a strong, willful, self-possessed person. You have to be if you’re going to be in business for yourself.”
“Always remember that comparison is the thief of joy. You are you, and that is your power.”
“Don’t be restricted; push yourself to learn from other people and areas. You never know what door it might open in the future.”
“I love using my platform as a community, and sharing a common motherhood struggle that I am going through at the moment.”
Interests change—so why can’t your career?
“We hope that by showcasing the importance of early childhood nutrition that we’ll not only elevate the dialogue on baby food today but will also push the entire industry to improve.”
“The only way a creative idea becomes a full-fledged reality is when you dedicate enough time to it to help it grow.”
“The best part about being a blogger is getting to connect with women from all over the world.”
“Sometimes I wish that I had a superpower where I snap my fingers and everything is organized.”
The opportunity to create, to write, to dream—it just never stops.
“Our society needs your leadership, our community needs your representation, our economy needs your businesses.”
“Trust your vision and don’t let fear deter you from making an impact.”
“Women of all faiths and no faith should see each other as partners.”
“Running has a way of clearing my head and setting me up for success for the rest of the day.”
“An admission of inner brokenness is OK. That’s the stuff that makes us who we are.”
“I truly feel empowered in my role to try new things and take risks, and what we do makes an impact on people’s lives every day”