ESSYNCE MOORE

DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Front Page - By An­drew Cul­breath DREAM TEEN Mag­a­zine October 2016

It’s go­ing to be hard, and there will be chal­lenges, but if you start a busi­ness, re­mem­ber why you be­gan it.”

Ihad the won­der­ful op­por­tu­nity to in­ter­view Ess­nyce; a fab­u­lous en­trepreneur, chil­dren’s fash­ion de­signer/stylist, au­thor, ac­tress, celebrity, mo­ti­va­tional speaker and fash­ion­ista. Essynce started her busi­ness when she was just a lit­tle girl, and she con­tin­ues to pur­sue her dream. Her big­gest in­spi­ra­tion is her mom. She gets her skills from her mother and she re­ally looks up to her. Essynce wants her busi­ness to im­pact oth­ers. She wants her en­deav­ors to cause peo­ple to have an open eye. She said “You can do what­ever you want to and achieve your dreams re­gard­less of your age.” There were some chal­lenges in Essynce’s path to great­ness. One of them was still be­ing a kid and not be­ing there to sup­port her friends, but she worked her way around the sit­u­a­tion so that she can do her busi­ness and sup­port her friends at the same time. Essynce has writ­ten and pub­lished two books called “6th and 7th Mid­dle School Chron­i­cles.” Th­ese books tell about her life in 6th and 7th grade mid­dle school year and what she did to be­come who she is now. She has been on sev­eral news net­works, such as BET, Ver­i­zon FIOS News and Black­News.com. Essynce’s fu­ture goals are to get her busi­ness out to the pub­lic and to con­tinue pur­su­ing her ca­reer. Essynce’s words to the youth are “It’s go­ing to be hard, and there will be chal­lenges, but if you start a busi­ness, re­mem­ber why you be­gan it.” I look for­ward to see­ing Ess­nyce con­tinue to thrive in great­ness. She is a great­role model and a fu­ture leader. DT

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