I am here today with Taylor Clark, who I met through my good friend, Sabrina, who is her sister. Uh, Taylor actually was a wedding guest at my micro wedding back in may. And she was the perfect wedding guests because she was able to help because she knows so much about weddings because she works, uh, with her family's business and they are a premier venue for weddings.
So check them out in upstate New York. And she was also the life of the party. I love her energy and I really wanted her to come on this podcast because she is a multi-passionate creator that has taken her audience, her community. On her fabulous journey with her exploring new adventures of entrepreneurship, creating new types of content, diving into new resources, experimenting with platforms and collaborations and unapologetically claiming her interests and pursuits of her passions.
Um, she's also, neurodivergent like me and thrives in the curious, unfolding of a story. So buckle up because this is going to be a podcast. It's probably going to go in a lot of different directions, but in the best way possible, but I'm ready to have a party. So are you ready?
I'm very ready. I'm here for the party.
I'm so excited. Well, Taylor is a queen and I'm so excited that she's here. Um, but I wanted to ask you just kind of like as a warmup and because I'm curious because you're, multi-passionate uh, was there anything that you wanted to be when you grew up?
Oh, my God. I wanted to be everything. I think my earliest memories, I wanted to be a chef when I was a kid, because my mom owns a catering company.
And then, you know, after that, I'm like, I want to be an actress singer, dancer model. I want to be not a triple threat, a quadruple threat. Yeah. Triple threats, not enough. Um, and then from there it was just kind of, well, I kind of want to just travel the world. So there's been a lot of things that I've wanted to be, but from a young age, I always kind of wanted to be in the spotlight
In the spotlight. So you wanted to have an audience and you wanted to be a lot of different things for,
yeah. It wasn't so much that I wanted to be famous. It was more so I wanted to have an influence. Like I wanted to leave my impact on the world and I kind of didn't care about the famous part or the celebrity part.