The best part of the work we do is hearing from incredibly resilient folks about the most important lessons they’ve learned. We’ve shared some of those below.

Hannah Leonard | Artist and Soldier

The most important lesson I’ve learned along my journey is that you get as much out of something as you choose to put into it. This is something that I once heard one of my favorite artists say, Dimitria Milan, who I look up to greatly. This can be applied to art, business, love, school, and life in general. If you put nothing into it you will hardly ever get anything out of it. When you apply yourself and put everything you have into something you are passionate about, the results are mind-blowing. Read more>>

Siara Rochell | Business Owner, Blogger and Podcast host

The most important lesson I have learned during my journey is that if you want to be successful you need to be persistent and have focus. If you look up the definition of persistence in a dictionary it says that it is firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition. I love it. Life would be boring if everything was easy. I have learned to put my mind in a bold state when I sense or feel that something difficult or complicated is coming up. Read more>>

Jillian Holper, CCHt | Clinical Hypnotherapist, Empowerment Coach, Trauma Specialist, and Published Best-Selling Author

I would have to say there are two. They are tied together, and both have changed me to the core of who I am. First, I have learned that each of us does have our own intrinsic ability to heal our mind, body, and spirit. Practitioners such as myself are simply holding a therapeutic container to allow that innate ability to manifest. The best practitioners help individuals to weed through the untruths in order to get to the true “knowing” of the individual and assist them in integrating that truth. Read more>>

J.R. Jordan | Sr. V.P. of CBS Insurance Inc.

When times start to get tough it’s important to remember that even though we may at times stumble that failure is part of the growth process and things often seem to get worse before they get better. The conflicts and challenges we face often force us to get creative and find new solutions that we may have otherwise missed. Read more>>