We could all use an extra dose of reassurance right now. What if we added a pinch of resilience, a dash of hope, a tablespoon of perseverance, and a whole handful of adaptability? Those are the elements we are mixing into this episode because those are the ingredients we will all need to restart and rebuild our lives, careers, relationships, passions, and everything else that has suffered the past few months.
The million-dollar question is how do we rebuild, and we decided to ask our guest who happens to be the CEO/Founder of Epiphany Institute, Isha Cogborn, a personal brand strategist and professional development expert. She sees all of this as a real reset and believes that we can rebound and begin living in an intentional way that involves living and working “on purpose.” Isha shares insight from her books On Purpose: Practical Strategies to Live Your Best Life and 5 Ways to Win Being You along with expert advice on how to confidently pinpoint what you’re good at, how to realize the importance of authenticity over perfection, and how to reinvent yourself in this new landscape that we all find ourselves navigating. You can also enjoy our previous chat with Isha on "How to Be Your Own Cheerleader" HERE
This year has not been an easy road to travel, but there is hope, and there are specific strategies that can equip us as we continue to traverse this road. “New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings” is a quote by ancient philosopher Lao Tzu that rings true right now, and we encourage you as you begin again.
If you’re ready for your new beginning, press play and listen to an episode that will change your mindset, your skillset, and your future! When you're done with the episode, you'll also want to check out the free download Isha talks about Personal Branding on Purpose with "13 Strategies to Stop Being the Best Kept Secret"! To get yours, go to our links page