The Thrill of Success
I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs that have owned restaurants, hair salons, event venues, and preschools.
Naturally, I grew up as an entrepreneur. At 16 years old, I was playing DJ sets and selling over $100,000 of tickets for local events. I was stuffing event flyers into lockers, sending invitations on Facebook, and I was touring with top event producers and brands on the weekends across the East Coast. The hustle was real!
I put that all on pause to go to college. I did an internship, joined a fraternity, accepted a job with a global brand.
But one day, I realized that I was going in the opposite direction. Here’s the biggest mistake I have ever made . . .