RuPaul once said, “We’re all born naked. The rest of life is drag.” Everything we put on the outside, from our clothes to a fake smile, is a facade. Find out how not wearing pants in these days of working at home and Zoom calls can help your career. (more…)
In today’s fast and ever-changing world, ten, five, even one-year plans may completely ineffective. Remember when we all made plans for how 2020 was going to be the year for clear vision and making big leaps forward? How did that work out? Find out how to create in the moment, follow what’s unfolding and build your greatest success. You’ll also hear how you are uniquely qualified for this.
There’s a lot to consider as states and towns start to reopen businesses after having been locked down for two months. Of course, you need to follow your state and local regulations. But as always, I’m more interested in the human side of doing business than regulations. In this episode, I share an email I received, my response and some ideas to reopen your business in the most considerate way possible.
With practically the whole world going virtual overnight, it brings up a lot of questions. For me, one of the big questions is “can it be personal?” To me, it is emphatically a YES and maybe even more so than in person. I offer a few reasons and examples of why. In the end, it’s just another form of communication and offers expanded opportunities if we embrace it.
With all that’s going on in the world, it’s never been more important that the distinction be clear between being a small business and being self-employed. This is why I’m so excited that the next episode on Creative Warriors is with Keith Hall, President and CEO of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE). In this episode, I share some preliminary thoughts about the conversation. If you’re self-employed, this is the beginning of change for you.