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Inspiring Stories from Far North

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out the rising stars from Far North below.

Prescott Mack

During this journey, I’ve traveled all over the world connecting with professional basketball teams and helping my American clients gets signed on to international basketball teams when the NBA wasn’t an option for them. For three years I’ve worked closely with The Basketball League, helping the league grow and find franchises all over the United States. Read more>>

Laretzi and James Ford

We are a husband and wife team that wanted a way to explore food and bring people together. Maize and Honey began as a mutual love of food, where it comes from and how it’s grown, and our relationship with food throughout history. We both share a great passion for food and each have interests in how food works. Read more>>

Held In High Esteem

I was a counselor for four years, but every day I left work feeling like I wasn’t doing enough and wasn’t reaching enough people. I had something to say and I wanted to share it with the masses. I decided to start Held In High Esteem, as an online platform to inspire and motivate women. I started out by posting 3-4 blogs a month discussing various topics such as finances, motivation, goal setting. Read more>>

Kevin Martin

This all started 2017 because anything I liked far as shirts didn’t fit right or way out of my budget. I found that the t-shirts that fit me best was blank shirts. Well as we know white tees are frowned upon here in Dallas especially to get in most spots so I went to someone who had a line told them what I wanted on it. Really never planned to make it a brand til I saw the reactions from people and not just our people, everybody. Read more>>

Annie Pipkin

I never dreamed of becoming a wellness advocate or thought I’d find myself in a holistic space wanting to help people get their lives back from chronic illness. I’ve always been in the creative world and was a designer director for a few years at an internet marketing firm. I thought that was the trajectory I would be on for the majority of my life but when disease hit me. Read more>>

Jose Whitten

I say a lot that I pretty much fell into my business by happenstance but the fact that I am the best at what I do makes me think otherwise. I have found my niche and have become very successful in doing so. While I was in college studying Biology and Chemistry in the hopes of one day becoming a doctor. Read more>>

Dr. Seth and Lara Austin

Austin Chiropractic has been a pediatric and family practice here in McKinney for almost three years. Dr. Austin opened his practice because he, his wife Lara and their children have seen the many benefits of chiropractic care in their lives and they have a passion for helping others.  Dr. Austin was inspired to become a chiropractor in his early 20’s. Read more>>

Rebecca Boardman

Rebecca has been passionate about Arabian horses since 1985, when she got her first purebred, a little blood-red colt that would change, and save, her life. A survivor of complex trauma that stemmed from a lifetime of hardships, Rebecca began to see the relationship between her daily survival and her interactions with her horses, and now applies them in an active program called HorseSight™️. Read more>>

Asa Leveaux

My name is Asa Leveaux and I am known as America’s #1 EntreQUEERneur coach because I help queer-identified entrepreneurs create their first $10,000 in business. I have published four books with the following titles: “Why I Won’t Hire Black People”, “365 Erotic Reasons Why I Love You”, “I Am Man Enough”, and “I Am Woman Enough”. I am a two-time Amazon Bestselling author, a proud father to my s-u-n, 17-year combat veteran with a Bronze Star. Read more>>

Kelly Accetta

After twenty-five years of teaching and training women on five continents, I realized we all struggle with very similar things. I spent a good portion of my twenties and early 30’s figuring out what I was or wasn’t doing to create joy in my life and success in my business. That reflection showed me MANY things that I was doing that were actually completely counterproductive to my success and happiness. Read more>>

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