We’ve been fortunate to connect with so many brilliant, thoughtful entrepreneurs and creatives and we regularly ask them about the most important lessons they’ve learned over the course of their careers. We’ve shared some highlights below.

Matt Jordan | Fashion Model

The most important lesson my brand has taught me would be , to be yourself at all times even if you’re not as confident . It’s better to be your own uniqueness , instead of trying to mimic or be like someone else ,it’s what make you “YOU” it’ll help you grow. Read more>>

Jenny Lu | Illustrator & Artist

The most important lesson I learned from being an artist is that you can learn from everything and everyone. To do that, you need to be open and always strive to see the world with a fresh eye. Then you can always take that as your inspiration for your next project or treat it as a little something that will add pure joy to your life. Read more>>

Mandee Miller | Certified Private Trainer and Online Fitness Coach

Many MANY lessons have been learned along the way from 2009 to present day. The most important of them perhaps may be resilience. I can say that being able to pivot my business when the pandemic hit was the ultimate test in my ability to be resilient and now I have a thriving ONLINE business alongside my in-person training model, Read more>>

Sara Robertson | Potions Master + Skincare Enthusiast

Don’t be afraid of putting yourself out there and taking risks. I’m a really new concept for Saskatchewan. The fact that someone brings in skincare from Korea while also making products in-house is really novel. My contractor didn’t really get the concept, so I tried explaining it like Krispy Kreme, but for skincare. Read more>>

Jordyn Brown | Trumpeter, Pianist, Student, Teacher

Patience and consistency. Being a musician takes a lot of small bits of progress over time. You don’t always notice it until one day you look back and you’re in a completely different place. Read more>>