People remember who handles these situations well, and who doesn’t. It’s better to be silent and thoughtful than to harm your brand by putting your foot in your mouth.
To love your work you must first know who you are and identify your unique traits and talents. Only then can you articulate steps toward getting on your best path.
This is what planning ahead looks like. You know why you’re doing something, you all say the same story, and everyone is united by purpose.
When we meet in person, face to face, heart to heart, good things happen.
Imagine how you can positively impact others by focusing more on helping them, featuring them, shining the spotlight on them more than trying to sell-sell-sell in your social media posts…