Every great story starts with a crisis.
Sarabeth Berk was working as an art teacher in Aspen, CO when she began to get restless.
“Yes, I was teaching art. But I was ready to proclaim that I was more than that title. Inside of me is an innovator, a disrupter, a systems developer, and I had to let go of outside perceptions, and go through the question of where do I belong in my work?”
Her journey took her into deep research to eventually get her PhD while she explored this question with countless professionals:
“What are you doing when you feel most alive?”
And she took that inquiry into the workplace, where identity is most often etched with a black Sharpie.
It’s what has led her to begin writing her book More Than My Title which is a self-fulfilling prophecy and message of hope for the new breed of professionals finding their way in an ever-expanding gig economy.
Tune in to our fascinating conversation as we discuss:
: How to access your own zone of genius and actually do what you love/love what you do.
: Getting more comfortable with asking tough questions that open to soul-level epiphanies.
: Discovering what outside perceptions are limiting you in the workplace or your business.
: What is hybridity and who are the exemplars? Taylor Swift. Oprah. Bono, to name a few.
: Finding the sweet spot of expressing our multiple identities without overwhelm and scatteredness. (It all goes back to purpose.)
: Expressing individuality is totally in style. (According to Vogue, there are no more trends.)
To learn more about Sarabeth’s groundbreaking work, check out morethanmytitle.com.
And now I’d love to know: where are you on your awakening journey and how has this conversation inspired you to discover your own multiple identities? What does ‘doing what you love’ look like for you?
Comment below and share your magic!
To your genius,
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