In the pandemic, Roda Starlet, former blogger, launched a luxury panic company, providing her clients the perfect luxurious picnic experience for special occasion; anniversary, bachelorette, date night, birthday, family reunion, she does it all. In our recent interview with Roda, she revealed that blogging was not her passion, just a hobby. Check out our interview below:
Do you miss blogging at all?
Ans: No, I do not miss blogging, because it wasn’t my passion. It was a hobby, and was doing it for fun.
What did you learned from your first attempted to open a restaurant? Would you try again?
Ans: One significant lesson I have learned about opening a restaurant is always own your space and have a supportive team to work with. It takes a lot of money from your pocket when you are paying rent and having to do almost all the work by yourself.
And yes I’ll love to do it again because cooking is my passion and I believe that entrepreneurship is crucial in the uplifting of women.
Where do you see yourself in the next ten years?
Ans: In the next 10 years, I see my self married, with my beautiful kids and successful with my business being on another level.
What was your happiest moment in your life?
Ans: My happiest moments in life was when I opened my restaurant
What is your greatest achievement?
Ans: My greatest achievements was opening my restaurant, and starting My small business.
Tell me something you remember as a child in Liberia.
Ans: Something I remembered as a child in Liberia was the food, lol, I don’t really remember much cause I left when I was eight years old.
What have you learned from the Liberian entertainment industry over the years?
Ans: What I’ve learned from the Liberian industry is that they do not like someone who’s real. The real you are, the more hate you get. Liberians love people that kiss ass and I’m not one of those. Another thing I’ve learned is that everyone belong to a clique. And I think that’s why the industry isn’t going anywhere, because if I’m not cool with certain individuals, my friends can’t be cool with them or support them.
What advice would you give your younger self?
Ans: Advice I would give my younger self
Is to not care about what others think because self confidence is important.
Love yourself and always put your self first before others and Follow your dreams.
What message do you have for your fans?
Ans: I hate the word fans because I don’t believe I have fans. I’m just a regular girl. But, message I would give my younger supporters is to never let a man defined you, never depend on a man. Work hard for everything you want in life. Having pretty face or nice body is not a 9-5
Real men love women with their own money.
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