Interview Jessy Humann with Clavis Publishing
Jessy has been a freelancing writer for two years and recently started writing children's books. Her first book was titled, "What’s Today For?", and comes out this Fall! Her second book is "I Could Be A Million Things", and comes out next year.
Jessy's ideal customers are kids, teachers, educators, and parents.
Jessy shares that she has been lucky when dealing with Covid-19; "hasn’t impacted me too much. I’ve had a little less work but feel grateful to still be able to do what I love."
It is important to take action to benefit future outcomes. Jessy is always thinking about what she wants her future to look like. "I try to take actions that will help me create that future. Maybe that means writing more often, doing visualization, or networking. Even if I try something and it doesn’t work out, at least I’ve learned something along the way."
We all make mistakes that can cause challenges along the way.
Jessy shares with us, "I think one of my biggest mistakes has always been and will continue to be, not believing in myself enough. We’re all capable of doing and being so much more than we think." This is true for many of us. Sometimes reaching your goals can be a real challenge, and it is always important to believe in yourself!
This fall when Jessy's first book comes out she will be setting up readings at schools, libraries, and bookstores, so stay tuned for that!
What is inspiring Jessy: "I find human potential to be endlessly inspiring. I love seeing what other people are creating and doing with their lives. When I think about all of the amazing businesses, programs, pieces of art, amazing food, and other things people create, I feel inspired to keep creating in my own unique way."