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It’s important to think about how much of our true selves we bring to the work that we do. Everyone has their own cultural code or unique background that is always present in your work environment. You have the challenge to question which part of me am I bringing to a certain work environment and how much of yourself are you willing to give up to enter there.

#entry level professional #all Industries #interviewing skills #leadership skills
Ozioma Egwuonwu
Founder (Strategist, Consultant, Speaker) @ BurnBright

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Know yourself inside and out. What do you want? What do you like? What do you want to be like? Self reflection is a key to understanding the answers to each of these questions, and being meticulous in self reflection will help you to present yourself as the person you want to be perceived as.

#any level #ambivert #experience #interviewing skills
Dana Siomkos
Owner and Talent Scout @ You & Them

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Whether you run your own company, are part of a high flying team or work as a freelancer - pretty much everyone of us will be undervaluing our intellectual assets. Yet they are the one thing that is totally unique to each of us, has the potential to create new value and will go on accruing as we get older... win, win, win.

So what do I mean by 'intellectual assets'? In a nutshell your intellectual assets are everything that has got you to here now. Without exception. Your childhood experience, your home, your lifelong client list, what you've ever been paid to do, your connections. By mapping these and auditing them inventively, you can develop a creative 'offer' that no-one will ever be able to compete with - because they are not you.

Standing back to see the patterns, the overlaps, the skills, new interesting sectors, services you can take from one client to another helps widen and refresh your offer. You can do it annually and each time new perspectives will emerge.

This methodology works across the board. It is simple and highly effective. And you already own the 'ingredients'.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #advertising #all Industries #design #experience #film & photography #strategy #interviewing skills #leadership skills #salary negotiation skills
Erica Wolfe-Murray
Founder @ Lola Media Ltd

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Don't be afraid to reach out and ask people to collaborate - meet up for a coffee to share ideas and plan something creative. Some of my best work has come from a test shoot, collaborating with fantastic teams, resulting in much stronger images. It develops a network of like-minded people who you can bounce ideas around with and grow. I regularly do test shoots to get my ideas out there and have fun. You then have a reason to arrange meetings to share the new work, leading to new commissions.

#any level #ambivert #film & photography #team work
Anonymous @ Louise Hagger Photography Ltd.

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As a creative and as a leader, I believe it’s critically important to move towards the thing that makes you the most uncomfortable. From a creative standpoint, the path of least resistance isn’t synonymous with the best creative. Do something that scares the shit out of you in every single project.

#senior level professional #ambivert #advertising #leadership skills
Sarah Liebowitz
ACD @ FCB/Area23

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