One in three women will be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetime. It is time to focus on empowering ourselves to prevent cancer and reduce our exposure to harmful chemicals whenever possible!
“I was sent home with a terminal diagnosis after discovery of brain aneurysms but had surgery in 2005. When I survived, I decided not to return to film but to do projects with local artists.”
When you eff things up ROYALLY at work, it can be hard to see the silver lining. Ironically, we learn far more from failures than we do from our successes.
It’s a common refrain of creatives; they feel weird about marketing themselves. If you make stuff, but lack the expertise to put yourself out there – here’s how you can change that.
“Because venues are such important incubators for musical artists and industry, keeping our venues healthy is only going to lead to more exciting music.”
Don’t ever discount your personal or professional experiences, even if they were short term, and what you could bring to a new opportunity. With every new experience you gain new skills.