For me my brother help me build my career otherwise I do not what I will doing
my mom...i walk in her shoes daily, and with her help am becoming a respected member of our industry
My husband who has pushed me to be all that I can be, he believes in me more then anyone. He is my heart,my love, my life.
For me it is my mom and dad who really pushed me througout school. My friends were my comforting shoulders whenever I needed them and those not so subtle shoves through school as well. Gotta love 'em. And now my husband is helping me stay strong with my dreams of becoming a published author even though i keep losing faith in ever becoming one.
yep mom and dad still push me even though I'm not living with them. And so do my best friends since HS. and now hubby has joined in lol
There are two former colleagues (and now good friends) that helped shaped my last career in particular. They got me through it and ironically enough have now given me the encouragement I need to start a new career in law. I feel incredibly grateful towards them; their support and mentoring means the world to me. I can only hope to inspire others in the same way someday.
I was very young, a single mom when i started my own modeling business. My dad taught me how to communicate. My brother, a budding lawyer gave me financial support. In my 2nd wind career as an artist, it is my husband and my daughter. I feel very fortunate and blessed to be surrounded by their love.
I think my education gave me a vision of how to build my career and I did it accordingly.Apart from this I needed encouragement ,during the starting phase of my career,which I got my parents all the time.
My teachers in high school and college, my mother-in-law, my editor, my mother-in-law, my husband, and a few current and former heavy hitters in the comic book industry. They know who they are!
And I especially cannot ignore one of the few friends I had in high school with whom I passed time in our more tedious classes writing round robin poetry and horror stories.
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