Self Leadership Through Storytelling

At times, it feels like you’ve hit a creative and productive wall. What if it’s the point of 95% completion? Here’s how you deal with the remaining 5%.

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Photography by Jonas Svidras | Burst

Over time, I’ve come to realise, the most important work I do as a solopreneur is to show myself how I don’t give up on me


When you’ve had a long period of frustration -when it finally changes, how do you recognise it? And most importantly, will you do what’s necessary to move on?

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Photography by Foundry | Pixabay

Dealing with what you’ve become


Rewiring your brain can sometimes feel like being a dung beetle rolling a big ball of turd, whilst walking on your hands and keeping the momentum up with your feet. Then four of your friends come along to help you. Here’s how to find the one that actually helps.

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Photography found on SciTechDaily attached to a fascinating article


Over the last few years, I have been googling one statement again and again. I found all sorts of classes for writing in English when it is your second language until I found what I was looking for, right here, on Medium. My search was: easier to write in English even though it is not your first language.

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Photography by Alexandra Gorn | Unsplash

Finding my inner Brit


I wrote a story about how to organise an overly creative mind where I showed you how I use spreadsheets to organise my overly creative mind. What I didn’t tell you about the three-month writing marathon of writing every day, is by day 15, — I am exhausted as I sit down to write. Here’s how I keep moving forward!

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Photography by LillOyunn

Three questions to keep going


Are you missing the days when your kids would go to the latest animation film with you?

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Photography by Pixar Animtion Studios

What’s your story today?

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Photography by Oleg Ivanov | Unsplash

Opting out of confrontation


Growing up with a love for films and series about the future I was often disappointed about how it almost to a fault, portrayed a dystopian society with different levels of advanced technology that is a story of its own.

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Photography of Tomorrowland: A World Beyond by Disney

Historical fiction


I watched Superman when I was a little girl, with Christopher Reeve and when I heard the music start up, I cringed.

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Photography by Wes Hicks | Unsplash

New type of film music


I watched the first episode in the first season, after the last episode of the 2nd series, realising I had bailed on the episode only after a few minutes. That’s how much of a chance I was willing to give the already popular show.

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Image found on Wikipedia

The unreliable first episode

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Self Leadership Through Storytelling

How stories shape our lives. What’s your story?

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