Monday afternoon (July 23) in New York, a special group of fans were treated to an exclusive performance from singer Hailee Steinfeld at the “Make Your Dreams Stick” event hosted by Post-it.
Many members of the audience were students from the New York City chapter of national non-profit After-School All-Stars. The event kicked off Post-it’s official back to school campaign, and before performing her hit songs “Starving” and “Let Me Go” guests were also treated to a Q&A with Hailee, hosted by Global Business Director of the Post-it brand Remi Kent.
When asked about her goals Steinfeld said, “I’m currently in the middle of a tour right now and its been a goal of mine to get out on the road this year, so that’s coming into life which is exciting. And I think love doing acting and singing and as long as I can remain doing both happy and healthy then that’s my goal.”
When asked what struggles she faces working towards her goals, Steinfeld answered, “If it’s not somebody saying directly ‘it’s something you can’t do, it’s probably me being tired or thinking it’s never going to happen. Sometimes you can be your own worst enemy and I think it’s important to remember whatever it is that you’re doing if it makes you happy, nothing should come in the way of that. Of course you will face set backs but it’s important to stay positive and keep going.”