One of the questions I ask Scarletta clients and talk about during the Social Styling Sessions is your big why. Why do you do what you do?
Often the responses vary around having more freedom and flexibility, being able to have a free rein on creativity, choosing to work with people you really want to work with and sometimes we’re in it purely for the money.
Ultimately for many it is to know we’re making a difference. That thanks to our work, services and the content we create and share online, somebody somewhere is learning something new or has been inspired to take action. This is rewarding and propels us forward.
I’ve been doing a lot of talking in the real world and spent some time with the Corporate Escapees (love that name!) sharing my Scarletta story and the ways they can infuse their social content with more style and soul.
The next day I ran my first blogging workshop at our creative group in Reading and with 24 other petite business owners in attendance it made for a very lively session.
One of my big why’s is being able to openly and honestly share my own stories, lessons learnt and my views on the social revolution. If something I say or share helps make a difference to someone else then this feels brilliant and makes my job and business totally worthwhile.
When you openly share your stories and personal views you’ll know this isn’t always easy to do. As not everyone in the room is going to share the same opinions or views as you do. And not everyone online is going to either. Continue reading