Are you a "solopreneur", an independent professional, or do you have an entrepreneurial approach to your career?
Understanding and leveraging your natural creativity and harnessing the power of your innate motivation makes for work that is sustainable. What this means is that you stop seeing yourself as an endless improvement project.
You can also see, appreciate and work with the differences in others. You can quickly see what to say YES to and where and what to delete or delegate so that you design your work to align with your biggest asset - YOU.
As someone who is a Jungian personality type practitioner, I am absolutely blown away by Sandy McMullen's Inner Landscapes II book. Her brilliant paintings bring to life, on a deep level, Jungian psychological preferences to help both practitioners and their clients understand and connect to the deep essence of how we perceive ourselves and others. As is so often is the case, art connects us to a place that words alone never can. This book should be on the bookshelf or even better, coffee table, of everyone who seeks to understand themselves and others.
- Lesley Parrott, Consultant and Keynote Speaker, www.lesleyparrott.ca