We had the good fortune of connecting with Jessica Estrada and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Jessica, is there something that you feel is most responsible for your success?
I am a firm believer that to be successful you need to put in work. You need to educated yourself, prepare yourself and work on your goals. For my brand, it was simple, I knew when it came to being an entrepreneur/business professional that nothing worth having ever comes easy and you’ll need to put in time, work hard, sleepless nights and take risks. My brand has always represented professionalism, sophistication, values, attention to detail and our customer service is key. I take pride in the brand I’ve built today and only will continue to reach new heights, keep learning new creative approaches and always learn to find new ways to improve in areas we might need extra TLC.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
Our Industry is simply beautiful, we literally work on Happy ever after’s, one of the most joyful moments in a couple’s lives. Witnessing true love week in and week out… The most beautiful aspect of my business is how much cultural diversity there is. I love learning about new traditions for weddings and seeing them at my events. It’s actually impressive to learn as you work. As any business owner, there are will always be trails but these are the stones that built you for a better future. Take criticism constructively and use it to only better yourself and your brand. Some Lessons I’ve always kept in my heart while building my brand: With every business you always start somewhere and your path is unique and is not like any other person’s path. You can know your industry, competition but never settle or look at someone else’s journey in comparison. Your path is your unique story, What God places for you and where God leads you. Trust in the journey, embrace your path and always know your worth!
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
I am a very low-key gal. I love small towns and small quaint restaurants. I love the Coral Gables areas as well as The Miami Lakes areas. These towns are both similar yet different.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I can’t take all the credit for my success. My husband is a huge asset to my success. He was someone that invested in myself since the very beginning when I told him about my dreams. He has been a pioneer through this journey and the number one fan I have that always roots me on to keep reaching for those stars, He is simply amazing…
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