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Battling COVID-19 Burnout With Tough Love

If there were ever a buzzword to escape 2020 and climb on over to 2021, it would burnout. The pandemic has caused people of all different walks, ages, and professions—especially healthcare to experience extreme levels of stress, depression, and anxiety. There is no doubt that the majority of us never expected anything like the COVID-19 pandemic to become a reality – at least not in our lifetimes.

Problem Solving Skills for Everyday Life

During several meetings recently my team made me aware that most women don’t think or talk this way when it comes to addressing tasks or problems in their lives. Like in the previous episode I discussed being proactive and that it is a choice to think that way everyday. Both ways take time and energy but if done correctly it can help take the stress out of your life and put you in a lead position. It can help you find the gems in your everyday life vs. feeling like you are always fighting an uphill battle.

Staying Ahead of the Curve by Being Proactive

I think that it is safe to say that we have all had moments in our lives when we have practiced a fair amount of self-pity, or a why me attitude. Which, to be honest, is somewhat understandable – especially if you are going through a tough time. I think that when we have a few challenging situations occur within close proximity to each other, and it is often pretty easy to look at all of these things causing us stress and go, “why is this happening to me?”, “what did I do to deserve this?” “must be nice for other people who have it easier!”.

Authenticity in Branding

In today’s episode, we are going to tackle the topic of brand authenticity. While it may seem lofty, brand authenticity is not nearly as complex of a subject as you may think. We see many examples of this concept every day – think Dove’s Real Beauty campaign, Zappo’s approach to customer service and company culture, or even how Oprah uses her story and her character to build her brand around herself.

How a 30 year old started a successful digital luxury magazine with Tim Hancock, owner of Deluxe Version Magazine

I met Tim at a birthday party in Cabo San Lucas and from the get go I knew how creative and articulate he was. He is a captivating photographer and a great conversationalist. His business started with nightlife photography and red carpets, where he says, “Any celebrity that has been to Vegas, I’ve shot. I would shoot for other media outlets. It was a great start to my career but then I moved forward to publish my magazine, Deluxe Version Magazine.

What are the hair trends for 2020 and 2021?

Kyra works for Prima Salon in Scottsdale, Arizona where she has been trying to look at this year’s unexpectedness through a positive lens and accept new opportunities that come her way. Her salon shut down in February where they stayed closed for a month but she used the time to work with her clients and take the extra time she found herself with to travel to them in order to meet their needs.

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