Waiting for a challenge-free life before we expand our work’s visibility and sharing our ideas is a fool’s errand.
Thought leadership demands that you own your authority in order to create impact.
Karen had a big art exhibit approaching in two weeks.
Large finished canvases lay stretched in two rooms of her studio in upstate New York, where she and her husband had moved seven years earlier.
While she prepared one of her final canvases, their three-year-old boy wandered off into another room. By the time she had come out of her artistic flow to search for him, she found the gleeful boy in the next room covered in paint and sprawled across one of her canvases. Two others were ruined.
How she responded and the perspective she has gained in the past several years reflects the wisdom I am seeing and hearing among numerous business artists. Read more