Jennifer Lee's Interview with Michael Port
- Being a resource to writers, artists, and creative entrepreneurs.
- Helping others identify their passions and step fully into a life that allows those passions to unfold.
- Demonstrating how to live an empowered life.
Being a resource to writers, artists, and creative entrepreneurs
CONTINUE -- running Generations Literary Journal because it allows me to publish the work of writers and artists who I believe have amazing ideas and images to share with the world. This can be empowering for many of our contributors, especially if they are young and have never had their work published. This is something I will continue to do in my business for as long as I can because I believe in the power of words and the power of images -- and more importantly, I believe in the power of people.
START -- a podcast series on writing and writers (coming soon. Stay tuned for details on that.) My goal is to create a space where information can be shared and delivered.
STOP -- I definitely want to stop being afraid to send a newsletter and updates to our mailing list. I think I've been fearful of this because I get so many emails in a day that I hate to be another email going out and flooding people's inboxes. But this is one of the ways I communicate with my peeps, so I've got to stop being afraid to do it.
Helping others identify their passions and step fully into a life that allows those passions to unfold
CONTINUE -- I've been helping others identify their passions since the first time I called myself a teacher in 1994. I'm great at it and I LOVE doing it. So I'll continue to help folks identify their passions and embrace them so they can become empowered enough to emerge into their true purpose.
START -- offering more complimentary Empowerment Sessions for writers, artists, and creative entrepreneurs.
STOP -- holding back on telling folks that I am a creativity coach who specializes in empowerment and accountability. I'm pretty sure my super power is seeing the potential in others (even when they don't see it in themselves) and helping them embrace it, and emerge fully into it. So I'll stop holding back the fact that this is a huge part of what I do as a small biz owner.
Demonstrating how to live an empowered life
CONTINUE -- talking the talk and walking the walk! I've done a lot of things this past year to demonstrate that I am committed to an empowered life. One of them was hosting the year-long book making series on YouTube, another was working with a business coach to help move my business forward in a bigger way, and for the next two weeks, I'll be participating in the Right-Brainers in Business Video Summit hosted by my biz coach, Jennifer Lee. So as I listened to Michael Port, I realized that I can't allow myself to get complacent. I see myself as a role model (of sorts) for those who think it can't be done by the regular folks of the world. I'm proof that (for the most part), if one human can do it, any human can do it.
START -- blogging more about the personal side of living an empowered life.
STOP -- expecting that people will just know that they can do it and actually share my tips and strategies for HOW to live a more empowered life.
or share your personal definition of success.
See you there!!