As a little girl, I always thought I would become a Circus Performer and spend the rest of my life traveling the world with many different circuses. In life not everything works out the way we plan, for which I am very thankful.
My story goes something like this: at 14 years old I joined the Circus, at 16 I moved to USA to travel with Ringling Brothers Circus (One goal is completed), in 2006 I discovered Youtube and spent many years creating entertaining content for millions of teens around the world and I would have never thought that starting and building Moosh Walks brand would be my true passion.
Today, when I travel, I never leave an airport without picking up few of my favorite magazines that write about Entrepreneurs. One of which is INC. I am so excited to share Moosh Walks's Journey so far in this Month's article in INC Magazine. I am even more excited to motivate every young girl or guy out there to follow their dreams and not be afraid to fail on the way to their success.
4. You must risk failing.
One of the common stories vis-à-vis all of Kay's ventures - from joining the circus as a teen to her building a channel and large following on YouTube to founding and running Moosh Walks - has been that she pursued something because she wanted to, even though she did not have the experience or resources of many others with whom she was effectively competing. She had to learn by reading - or, in the case of juggling and video shooting, by practicing many hours a day - but, in the end, even with the knowledge, success requires taking risks.
"I feel so many people are holding themselves back because they don't have enough money or they are scared of the failure." said Kay, "In reality, failure and mistakes are the exact moments that propel you closer to success. Each step you take prepares you for the next."