Highlights of Episode 51
- Why we need to pay attention to the stories we tell ourselves
- Common fears that people face when thinking about making a pivot
- The truth about how and what others “hear” when we talk about our career transitions
- How story telling can help others understand our career change
- How to use story telling when looking for a new job
- How to identify our strengths
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I’m joined this week by brand storyteller and communications strategist, Kay Fabella. Kay helps businesses around the world bring their brands to life, so they can meaningfully connect with their clients and meet their business goals.
We’re only as able to connect to other people as we allow them to connect with us. —Kay Fabella
Kay works with what she calls “pivoting entrepreneurs”—business owners who want to evolve their businesses to the next level or the next chapter, something she herself has experienced recently.
Our chat highlighted that the challenges and considerations are the similar—no matter if you’re going through a career pivot or a business pivot. And you’ll find this episode useful either way!
No matter where you are when you’re first deciding to reinvent yourself—whether it’s changing careers or starting a business—in the beginning, the fact is, you’re not going to have that experience. But every expert was once a beginner. —Kay Fabella
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