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.
Nico Pancorvo | Photographer
Let’s start off with one of the toughest questions anyone could ask but the answer is to go to the great unknown. I decided to leave NBC Universal in New York City. I mean you have to be crazy to leave 30 Rock, right? Well, this guy did. I quit my job and went off on an adventure in London which lasted 5 short years. Read more>>
ERIKA LAM | Enterprenuer
The most difficult decision I had to make was to stop living my Mom’s dream. She wanted me to be a nurse so I went to school and everything just to make her happy however I was not happy doing it. When I started my business I sacrificed time with my family because I didn’t want to hear their negativity. I went to school in a small town and my parents lived 5 hours away. Read more>>
Anastasia Barnes | Chef & Baker
The most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make with my business is quitting it for a couple of months. I had just graduated a couple months ago and school was starting back so summer was finishing and all my clients that I had before we’re all basically in school all day so I wasn’t making that much sales as I used to. I went out and I found a job. Read more>>