Wednesday Aug 24, 2022
“Comfort is the enemy of progress”
-PT Barnum, referenced by Advita Patel
As we strive towards making a meaningful difference in the world of work, listen to S2:E4 for a deeper look into free vs. linear thinking, the ‘big why’, written prioritization, sectioning, research and reports, accurately referencing sources, the utility of index cards, leveraging your positive voice and having an accountability partner to help keep you on the right track.
Priya and Advita also mention and discuss overcoming your imposter syndrome as you go through the journey.
Remember: Have a look at what gives you strength and motivation. A mixture of different tools and techniques always help, especially when your decisions are guided by purpose (the big why!).
Use the tools that work for you; everyone is unique!
We would like to acknowledgment Eleanor Tidwell for her fab recommendation of Scribner, a relevant, cost-effective licensing tool dedicated to publishing the best literary fiction and nonfiction from around the world.
Priya and Advita's book will be released this time next year, so make sure to follow the journey by bookmarking our #ALLME podcast page as we continue to explore more chapters in the next few weeks: https://aleaderlikeme.podbean.com/
Ideas? Questions? Thoughts? Needs? Case Studies? We'd love to hear from you and incorporate your feedback, do drop Priya and Advita a note here: firstname.lastname@example.org--
Stay tuned: Season two episodes will continue to be ~10 to 15 minutes in length and released every Wednesday, midday U.K. time.
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