"See opportunities through." - Daniella Monet
Daniella Monet, actress, Nickelodeon star, and activist, joins The Brink of Midnight Podcast with John Brenkus.
Daniella Monet is a doer, a dreamer, a believer, and has mastered the art of living creatively at the age of 29. She’s worked in Hollywood since the age of nine and is most well known for roles on hit TV shows like “Victorious”, “iCarly", "The Bernie Mac Show", "Listen Up!", and most recently "Paradise Run". She's become a significant player in new media with her Facebook Watch show "D Takes Your V Card", which exposes guests to vegan food and shares ideas and resources for an animal product and cruelty-free lifestyle. Daniella works with a fantastic roster of ethical and cruelty-free brands and shares her knowledge and experiences with her massive social media following.
But, her goals in life go way beyond acting and her media presence. She's the ultimate entrepreneur and willing to try her hand in anything she's curious about. She owned her first property at 17, became a landlord at 18, has her real estate license, is an angel investor, rides motorcycles, and so much more...she is well aware of her one life and embodies the idea of "carpe diem" every day.
Listen and learn from this young, but old soul and you'll be inspired to start trying new things - whether it's a vegan sandwich or something you never thought you'd do!
DANIELLA'S WORDS OF WISDOM
"See opportunities through."
"Si vive una volta sola." (You only live once.)
"When there's a calling in you and you feel a specific passion and drive for something, you have no choice but to acknowledge that and see it through."
"If I don't follow my passion, then I'm just going to be one more person who doesn't change anything."
DANIELLA'S PROJECTS + CHARITABLE WORK
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members and supporter. It works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.
The Humane Society work includes rescue efforts, disaster response, mobile veterinary clinics, global street dog program and five animal care centers. They directly care for thousands of animals—pets and wildlife—each year.
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