Paulette C. Jackson
Paulette C. Jackson is a published author, writer for various publications, voiceover artist, and the founder/creative director of SCORP Lady Ventures. She is a creative individual who has experience in various areas of the arts-entertainment, literary, and media industries. Her signature talk focuses on sharing her experiences and knowledge with other creatives, authors, and entrepreneurs, emphasizing that it's never too late to pursue their dreams and turn their passions into successful businesses. She believes in the importance of networking, building a brand, and keeping the passion for what you do.
- Introduce yourself.
- Hi, I am Paulette C Jackson. I am a published author, also a writer for various publications and I'm also a voiceover artist and my latest book is "My Test(Imony)" and I am also the founder and creative director for SCORP Lady Ventures.
- Tell us what you do.
- So I'm a creative. I am a voiceover artist, of course, a published author. I published my own magazine. I own two internet radio stations. I write for several magazine publications. I've done music reviews. I have two video series that I've created, one for business and then another just for general discussion on various topics in the arts-entertainment industry. And I have consulted artists, as far as singers, musicians, other writers, other aspiring, or I should say aspiring authors that are thinking of getting published, that already have works. And so I've been consulting in various areas of the arts-entertainment and literary and media and so on and so forth. And that's where SCORP Lady Ventures was born, to kind of house all of everything that I have created under that brand. And since that time, since writing myself and then doing radio shows, writing song lyrics, so and so forth very early on in my life, all of that has led me up to this point to create the business of SCORP Lady Ventures. To include consulting and I have also been on a panel panel discussions, centered around me being a published author and discussing self-publishing versus traditional and so on and so forth. So I'm a creative is how I guess I would deem myself as a creative of many different things, I wear many different hats and everything that I have learned in the creative space and building a business, building a brand of my own. I am taking everything that I've learned, as I have had mentors coming up. I have mentored others. And so that's pretty much what I do in a nutshell. So many other things. But yeah, that's pretty much what I do.
- Tell us about your signature talk.
- So my signature talk is based off my experience as an entrepreneur, as an author, as a creative; and sharing all of that all of what I've learned and learning with other creatives, other authors, other writers, other entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, excuse me and knowing that it's not too late. Let them know, it's not too late. I started writing books in my late forties and now I'm approaching 55. It's not too late and turning that dream, that passion that you've been sitting on and knowing that is not too late, there's no never gonna be a perfect time. The perfect time is now to bring that to the forefront, keep the passion and also connect, networking and making it; that you can make it, whatever it is that you've been dreaming to do, you can make it into a very satisfying business to build a brand, to build a brand and how important that is on the business side. But also again, I'm gonna reiterate to keep the passion for what you do. And it doesn't have to be one thing. I don't believe it has to be one thing. It can be several things that you're passionate about. It's knowing how to bring that to the forefront, to lock it in and to believe in yourself and that it can happen and to execute. That's my talk. That's my signature talk.