It was after 5 pm when Aisling got back home, having left shortly after 11 am. That was six hours away from her laptop. Six hours away from her blank screen. Sx hours of breaking her own enforced time away from everybody and everything.
It takes courage to use your voice to say NO. But that one word demonstrates what you stand for and what you stand against.
Whatever losses you experience in your WorkLife, your personal brand is what remains. It’s up to you what you want that to stand for. It’s up to you how you want to be remembered. Your legacy comes from the WorkLife you life. It comes from your personal brand.
“she writes to understand what she thinks and feels – it helps to clarify it in some way.”
Executing a great escape involves taking a risk. Taking a risk is what is going to drive you forward. It can be both scary and exciting. The important thing to remember is that you can take it one step at a time.
When presented with challenges, taking time to understand your vision and motivated abilities will allow you to learn how to follow what is important for you.
The calendar represents the next twelve months – the present and the future, and it also represents the past that got me to where I am today.
“Stories are a communal currency of humanity.” Tahir Shah, in Arabian Nights.
You are the author of your WorkLife story. This is not the end, it is just the beginning.
She began by sharing her Purpose: To create a workspace for creatives where their work is valued and fairly compensated. Within a short space of time, her fellow creatives were joining her publication. Juliet had brought them in from the cold – the cold of organisations that didn’t value their work and the cold of working alone.