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.

Valeria Espinosa | Health Coach in Menopause and Hormonal Changes

Fifteen years ago, the man of my dreams proposed to me and although my immediate answer was yes, doing so implied a radical change in my life as I knew it until then. I grew up and lived most of my adult life in Ecuador, my boyfriend was from Argentina but had lived in the United States for many years and accepting his proposal implied that I had to move to another country, since he, at that time, was starting his own business. In Ecuador, I had an excellent job, I earned well, I lived surrounded by the love of my family and friends, I liked to travel the world and had a comfortable and quiet life. Read more>>

Shanteria Griglen | Producer & Director

Choosing me in spite of the doubt that constantly flooded my mind. Read more>>

Danielle Alex | Chef, Entrepreneur and Traveler

It’s hard to take the money you’ve worked so hard for and saved and invest it into yourself. Because there’s always that thought in the back of your mind that it might not work out. Investing your own hard earned money back into yourself is scary. You could lose it all. from that moment on it was sink or swim, you eat what you kill. Read more>>