I love sharing information with clients and peers, but please don't listen to a word I say. Instead, if something resonates with you? Then happily check it out, first, to see if it's right for you.
Did you know that there's a New York City focused investigative journalism magazine called City Limits? Having been interviewed by various news outlets in the past, it was a breath of fresh air to work with City Limits journalist, Arturo Conde, and award-winning photojournalist, Adi Talwar. While I might not agree with their assessment of me as a sorceress, I am grateful for the conscientious and professional manner in which they handle their topics and their sources - even sorceress-seeming sources. Please enjoy this article on Older Gig Economy Workers, who are working right along side Millennials as we forge our way into the future of work. And if you like this style of investigative journalism for positive change in our communities, feel free to give a tax-deductible donation to City Limits.
In business networking situations or any social arena, most people feel uncomfortable around me. I do this by saying what I think, and I think a lot of different things at the same time. I feel their discomfort, though, and wind up feeling just as uncomfortable. This trait makes being in business for myself challenging.
However, the combination of loner business person and social nitwit allows me to spot group situations that are comfortable, like Spark, the Freelancers Union networking event, curated and facilitated by Sharon Bruce.
Solutions to everyday stress involve identifying where we are emotionally unhappy and then taking action to correct or curb the circumstances involved, and that means finding out what’s at the root of a given problem, before seeking solutions. I love this kind of problem-solving and happily share for those seeking similar unique yet ubiquitous solutions. Consequently, the topics here may vary within health, lifestyle, and work/business.
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