Welcome back to Part Two of a Six-Part series called The Platform Series. Now more than ever, people are looking for authenticity. They want to know that they don’t have to live a carefully curated, Instagram-filtered life to still be successful.
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It’s easy to take for granted how much you know and not think it’s a big deal. But when we don’t appropriately value our knowledge and what it means to our audience, it can lead to challenges.
Do you feel like there’s more to life than what you’re experiencing right now? Are you feeling stuck because you don’t know where to start? In this episode with Certified Life Coach Pamela D. Smith, we talk about how you can change your life without quitting your job, hitting the lottery or some unique twist of fate.
How have your life experiences shaped your behavior professionally? As a leader, have you ever been criticized for being too harsh? Are you always trying to prove that you’re worthy?
Ita Udo-Ema is a video producer, a strategic storyteller, and the founder of the studio View From Above Entertainment. In this episode, Ita discusses storytelling on video, recognizing how his skill set would be of value to businesses and balancing the business impact of videos and films vs his creative side.
Do you feel like you’re not pretty or polished enough to build a platform? Working in media, Sarah R. Adams has had a front-row seat to the insecurities we often have to work through when our work puts us on stages, in front of the camera or behind the microphone.
La’Vista Jones is the Founder and CEO of 31 Marketplace, where she helps entrepreneurs bring order to the chaos of business and life by blending systematization and self care. In this episode, La’Vista discusses when the notion of self care became real for her as a person on the fast track in her corporate career and the day she, in her own words, “lost her mind” and how 31 Marketplace was born out of that experience.
Dr. Erika Brown of Dr. Erika By Design walked away from Corporate America a year ago to launch her business and reclaim control of her mental health. She soon discovered that the rules for success she was used to following in the workplace didn’t always apply to entrepreneurship.
During our conversation, Dr. Erika speaks vulnerably about entrepreneurship, being able to see the vision, overcoming roadblocks and celebrating successes while giving yourself grace to “figure it all out”.
Have you stopped dreaming and started settling when it comes to your life or business? If life is hard anyway, why not push to do things to create the life of your dreams?
Join us as we kickoff a new season of On Purpose with Isha Cogborn, featuring conversations with the co-authors of my new book, On Purpose: 12 Strategies to Reclaim Your Power and Change Your Life. If you haven’t already, get ready for the season by grabbing your copy, along with the free action guide to help you apply what you read.
I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life. But I am SO GRATEFUL that I haven’t allowed those missteps to make me feel like I’m incapable of doing the[…]