Our community is made up of brilliant artists, creatives and entrepreneurs, but many of them are also dedicated parents and so we asked them an in port at question: If you are a parent, what do you think is the most important thing you’ve done as a parent in terms of the impact on your children?
Aida Davis | Founder & Futurist
Parenting is the most meaningful role I have, it is also the most challenging. Raising free people is my priority. The most significant practice I’ve embraced is acknowledge and address my own childhood trauma so I can interrupt the intergenerational curse. Read more>>
Lissa Strong | Actor
I like to say the best job I ever booked was becoming a mother. As an actor and CEO of AmbiguousMe Ent. The internal clock was never ticking for me, maybe because I didn’t want to screw that job up. HA. The most important thing I’ve done as a parent was sharing my thought process as an actor in this volatile industry. Which is nothing is personal. I am able to process that in my everyday life since I’ve been in this business for years now. I tell Scarlet, when someone in school is rude or mean to her, that it has nothing to do with her. Read more>>