I know I wasn’t the only one sobbing couple a of nights ago while watching POTUS’s farewell speech. Although his speech was a reel of his accomplishments he didn’t shy away from discussing the obstacles he faced while in office. Regardless of your political standpoint there were a lot of takeaways from his speech that can be used for everyday life situations. Check it out.
When you’re complaining about the youth not respecting their elders but you won’t get involved in your community or mentorship programs.
“Change only happens when ordinary people get involved, get engaged, and come together to demand it.”
When your business plan fails and you’re ready to give up at your first attempt.
For every two steps forward, it often feels we take one step back. But the long sweep of America has been defined by forward motion, a constant widening of our founding creed to embrace all, and not just some.
When you’re tired of internet trolls.
“If you’re tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try to talk with one in real life.
When you’re judging your aunty’s fucked up husband.
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view until you climb into his skin and walk around in it
When you’re aware that nobody got your back more than your ride or die.
“Every day, I learned from you. You made me a better President, and you made me a better man.”
Right after graduating from college, Shanice Parker did what most college graduates do; apply to jobs. When the responses she was expecting did not take place, she used the skill set she had acquired from school and internships and created her own company, Billz Production. Since launching her brand in 2014, Shanice has produced video content with Reality TV- Star, Yandy Smith, MMG Artist Gun Play, GOOD MUSIC artist Designer, and countless others. Let’s find out more about Shanice.
1. Where were you 6 months after college?
Six months after college I was unemployed! I was having the hardest time finding a job. I had my mind set on one thing and that was landing a job with a production company. I already had experience in work environments that I knew I did not want to revisit so it was important to me that I had found a job that made me happy. After countless amounts of job applications followed by no response I decided I would create my own path and created my own production company 10 months after I had graduated.
2. When did you realize that you wanted to go into production?
I realized I wanted to get into production after recognizing that every time I listened to a song I would visualize a whole music video. Location, colors, even down to how scene should be cut to. I didn’t even realize that was something only I was doing. I finally asked my friend do they see a video when they listen to a song and when they replied no, I recognized this was a talent that I was blessed with. I was always a creative person and I knew production would give me that freedom to produce creative visuals.
3. You are a serial entrepreneur, how do you stay on top of things while managing your personal life?
Whenever I need time to myself I give myself time. As an entrepreneur you have to remind yourself that you’re doing a great job and you need time for mental relaxation. I just had to come to an understanding that I do things my way and I won’t conform to what people expect me to be doing with my time. As an entrepreneur in this generation if you’re not posting that you’re working it’s as if you’re not working at all and if you post that you’re working people expect you to take a break. My advice to any entrepreneur reading this is to do what makes you happy but to remember you always come first!
Good Morning! Welcome to the #tunnelvisionchallenge Seeing your goal written in ink, on paper will have a powerful effect on your mind. So grab a journal or piece of paper and write down your long or short term goals.