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Sunday, September 26, 2021

Successful Content Creator, Dianna Hughes, shares how she keeps herself inspired and motivated

Popularly known as Dee, Dianna Hughes shares how she makes the best of every situation. She speaks about her businesses and where she sees herself in the next five years.

Miami born and raised; Dianna Hughes goes by “Dee” in her profession. Dee rode the tide of the social media boom and cashed on the growing opportunities. Her idea to grow into an entrepreneur began right after she realized that social marketing is all about getting the right message across to the audience. Since Dee had been an influencer herself, she found that this is what she was meant to do. However, growing a business and becoming a content creator for brands was not as easy as it was for herself.

Dee shares that growth as an entrepreneur required a lot of work and studying. She spent hours trying to understand the market, trying to consider what trends work the best, and trying to grasp the flow of the market. Furthermore, as an entrepreneur, she has to consider what comes next. As for a formula for success, Dee says that success is not something that can be created through a quick-fix or some formula. She says that consistency is all it requires. Dee feels that consistency for what one is passionate about would lead to success in the end. When asked about what is her favorite part of working as an entrepreneur, she answers that it is the freedom that comes with it that makes the job worthwhile. She also says that conceptualizing and ideation are two of her favorite parts of a new project.

When asked about inspiration, Dee says that inspiration is relative. She finds inspiration from her surroundings and the projects she works on. As Dee is attracted to growth and motivation, she looks at the coming years with positivity. She wishes to grow as an entrepreneur and wishes to take on even more projects for herself and her team. Her plans for the future and growth include grueling work, timely deliveries and; to work on quality and not quantity.

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