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Life Lessons: Jazmin Truesdale, MBA


Life Lessons:
Jazmin Truesdale, MBA

*Are you happy at the moment?


*If you could go back and say anything to your 16-year-old self now – what would it be?

I would say life is going to be a tough journey but just stay confident because you have what it takes to make it.

*What’s the most important thing you’ve learned this year?

Nothing is set in stone. Plans will always change and people will always disappoint you but you can always count on yourself.

*What do you most want to achieve in the next 12 months?

Funding for my next company and a successful product launch for the San Diego Comic Con

*What’s your secret to happiness?

Never change for anyone else. Stay true to who you are because you will always do things that make you happy.

*What one ritual or practice keeps you grounded?

Volunteering. Because no matter what your issues are there is always someone going through something worse. It helps me keep everything in perspective.

*What’s your biggest regret?

I regret not having gone for my dreams sooner.

*What’s the most important lesson you’ve taught your kid(s)?

I have a 4-year old sister that I help raise. We have an over 20-year age gap. The biggest lesson that I’ve taught her and continue to teach her is that she can do anything.

*What bad habit would you most like to change about yourself?

Procrastination. When I start working it’s hard to get me to stop but the getting started has always been my problem.

*Aside from motherhood/fatherhood and marriage what are you most proud of in your life?

I am not married. Being able to turn my bad fortune into good fortune. I never let my bad circumstances consume me.

*When were you happiest?

When I was creating my superhero characters. In science fiction there is no limit to the imagination.

*What ten words best describe you?

Persistent, innovative, creative, hard-working, focused, strategic, ambitious, insatiable, prankster, knowledge-seeking


Jazmin Truesdale is the up-and-coming superwoman of superwomen. She is the founder and creator of Aza Entertainment and is set to change the superhero genre with her new league of multicultural female superheroes launching in 2016. She is a businesswoman by trade owning multiple companies across various industries and is gearing up to make her mark on the comic book and gaming world all at the age of 27. “No dream is to big,” says Jazmin, “If your dream has a plan, then the dream becomes a goal, and goals can always be achieved.”​​

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