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.
Master your inner dialogue. What you say to yourself matters more than what the entire world together says about you.
Stories draw people together and the power of vulnerability is transformative.
The warning bells had been there from the outset, but she had ignored them.
As you navigate through your WorkLife, let curiosity be your guide. You will never know where it might lead you, but that is the thrill. It empowers you to explore possibilities beyond what you could have imagined.
Nothing changes unless you do. Fear has the power to cripple you. Challenge yourself daily to step into the unknown with courage. Be bold but resourceful.
Learning that takes place at its own pace is much more effective than learning that is forced.
“I am especially interested in the person you will become by the time you send the letter.”
Every mistake should be noticed and corrected on the spot, but you also need time for reflection. Use this time to be honest with yourself and see reality as it is.
There is a need to ask different questions to get to new places. Questions to help people see themselves in a new light, to tell their story, to help them pivot.