Ahhh, balance…the thing we yearn for more and more as the years pass. But how do we create this elusive thing?
The best advice I received lately was from the consummate badass herself: Mona Zak, a successful businesswoman constantly inspiring others with her 7 C’s to Ultimate Transformation, how she runs her real estate brokerage, or how she started her fitness line, just because.
…Monday’s are made for big starts, big transformations and taking big chances, after all. And there’s no one better to help you de-program than Zak.
Much thinking is required of Entrepreneurs when it comes to money, especially for those who are Millennials and Gen Z. But, with so many investment options, it is difficult knowing where to start.
Given the many ways in which economic sustainability is tied to the real estate business, I thought it would be the best one to tackle. And so I called on Real Estate Professional, Ian Michael of Luxury Estates, to break down everything young money makers need to know about market trends and the best time to buy a home.
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I remember the summer that I came up with the name GoKnowWear like it was yesterday. I yearned for a name that cautioned you of the mixed bag of ideas I was about to express:
The ‘Go,’ my travels and places on my wishlist, the ‘Wear,’ the garments that find their way on my skin, but the ‘Know’ was always the challenge. I often questioned:
“How do I talk about things I’m interested in, in ways that would interest others too?”
Think-pieces offered a clear and appropriate answer, but even those felt somewhat surface level. I felt I could do more, but what exactly? As you would imagine, my answer came with trial and error.
What began as a quest to teach myself video creation and editing, has now turned into sharing the stories of Creatives and Entrepreneurs. All too familiar with the uncertainty and the long-game, the ascension and the failures along the path of creating a great business, I felt a sense of duty to give others a space to share more than the polished, success story–the grueling parts of building a business.
Thanks to this beautiful thing called Al Gore’s Internet, Oz Rios was the first owner of a creative business I met with. Here is his story: