"If the person you're voting for isn't willing to do the job of helping people have better lives now," said Bryant, 32, "how can you possibly expect them to want to do it after they're elected?"
Bryant, a small business owner herself, is hosting an event this Saturday and asking business owners, dreamers, and the like to come, have a good time, and get on the road to reaching their goals.
"Almost every person on this planet has greatness lying dormant within them," she said. "Sometimes it just takes a little encouragement, guidance, and a few resources to help them get started."
In addition to the event's entertainment, Bryant will be taking time during to offer advice on how to take your business to the next level and will also be answering questions in a Q&A session.
Bryant's own resume reads like one of a seasoned professional. Graduate of Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas, employed by two of the world's largest ad agencies before even graduating from school and going straight to one of the world's largest communications firm after college.
But, Bryant says, she was not satisfied with her corporate accomplishments early on and searched for ways to do more meaningful work that helped people to have a better life.
"The places I worked were nice," she said, "but it was so depressing because no one ever benefited from my work except myself, my employer, and their clients. There was no 'greater good' and my spirit just could not handle that."
Bryant now runs graphic design firm Creative Thinking and has been in the field for over 14 years.
She hopes that several business owners will come to Saturday's event to enjoy the festivities and leave there better off than when they arrived.
For details about the event and to RSVP go to www.VoteForBryant.com/