Like many entrepreneurs, my business was born out of a passion; thus, I have always treated my business much like a parent treats a child. I have sleepless nights worrying about it's well-being, I miss meals in an effort to make sure it stays well-nourished, I research the best partnerships and projects to ensure it has a bright future. And while the building of a brand has always kept me busy, it has also always kept me incredibly fulfilled -- just like parenting.
I'm fortunate that many entrepreneurs reach out to me for advice, guidance, and feedback. It's a privilege I take very seriously, and I try my best to provide positive and helpful feedback. I always remind these entrepreneurs that no one can provide better guidance than their inner voice, and that no one knows the potential as well as they do.
The pop culture news cycle continues to explode around the most recent Taylor Swift breakup, with analysis of every minute detail connected to the deleted Instagram posts, the rescinded amicable breakup tweet by Calvin Harris, her meeting with Tom Hiddleston's mom, and more. It's an old plot line with new characters and one that I'm tired of seeing play out in the media.