Chicago — Dai Time, the 16-year-old founder of Dai Time Magazine, shared advice for women wanting to start their own business, calling on them to “remember what makes you smile.”
In an interview with Rollingout that covered everything from how she began her career to what it means to be a leader. Time recommended turning everyday joys into a business plan.
“You must love what you do first,” she said. “I love what I do, and my magazine or talk show makes me smile even on a bad day.”
Time also shared her creative vision for her brand, which she says is “[about] positivity and shows the world the view of Generation Z, which is my generation. Generation Z is spontaneous and super goofy all in one.”
“I believe if I make one person smile or motivate one person a day, I’m making my generation proud,” she added. “It’s important to stand for something good at all times.”
When she isn’t doing school work for college or creating content for social media, Time is strategizing for the growth of her businesses and starting her own teen talk show on a major network.