Then Brought Her Fellow Creatives With Her to a Space Where Their Work Was Valued and Fairly Compensated A Case Study: Juliet’s Story: Juliet had found herself out in the cold when she had walked away from a job at a company that didn’t value or fairly compensate her work as a creative. But thenContinue reading “The Creative Freelancer Who Came in From the Cold”
But It Can Take Time and It Can Also Demand Courage A Case Study: Sabina’s Story: It was 2010, and Sabina was reeling from failing in her first (and only) contract as an independent recruiter in the restaurant industry. She had, in fact, walked away from the job because she felt she couldn’t deliver on theContinue reading “Purpose Wins Over Profit Every Time. In The End. That Is.”
You May Discover It at an Early Stage of Your WorkLife, Or You May Discover It at a Later Stage. Both Are OK. A Case Study: Mary’s Story: As a young girl, Mary didn’t have any great aspirations about what she wanted to do or be in her WorkLife. Her university choice came about becauseContinue reading “How To Navigate Your WorkLife and Find Your Purpose”
That’s Pretty Great Because My Work is To Understand People and What Makes Them Tick My work always begins by helping people write their WorkLife stories. Stories of their WorkLife chapters from past to present. Stories of their successes Stories of their failures. Stories of their learnings. Stories of their turning points. Stories of their futureContinue reading “Writing Helps Me Understand People and What Makes Them Tick”
Writing Is My Purpose My Stated Purpose: To help people pursue their WorkLives with greater clarity, purpose, passion and pride, by creating continuous WorkLife learning programmes and resources that are accessible to everyone. Writing helps me to do that. Everything I do comes from writing. Writing is my livelihood. Writing is my passion. Writing is my purpose.