I spent the last decade working many late nights and quietly grinding through any and all challenges that came along. Ever since I started contributing to Forbes I realized that the responsibility for telling our own story comes down to us, as opposed to the socially acceptable paradigm of “good things happen to those who wait”.
Unfortunately we have found that not to be the case. We should all live by the mantra that “the squeaky wheel gets the oil,” and in a digital world- that means blogs, posts, interviews, and as the legendary Chris Sacca once said- if someone can’t Google your name [I believe he used Twitter as his example] and person then we are short changing ourselves.
I love that through blogging we can connect with an array of amazing individuals. This is especially useful as it allows us to share our story and demonstrate our subject matter expertise.
Below is a famous street mural in Seoul, South Korea that is inspiring our projects in #Koreatown Los Angeles.