Conventional wisdom says that making a living in a creative field is much more difficult than succeeding in business. Maybe that has to do with how we define “success.” If we only acknowledge success when someone reaches the pinnacle of celebrity—becoming an A-list movie star or a multi-platinum recording artist—then it’s true that a very small number of people reach those heights. And yet, only five hundred people can be CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. Perhaps ten times that many hold C-suite jobs at those companies. But for some reason, we don’t consider everyone else in business to have “failed.”
Maybe it’s time to change our definitions.
Debbi Dachinger turned her love of entertaining, her street-smart people skills and her business savvy into the career of her dreams and proved the naysayers wrong.
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