#34 (Re)Designing Your Creative Superpowers. Sarah Wilson.

This is the second episode of the (Re)Design Your Life series. Each podcast will explore how the lives of individuals across the globe are getting on. How their lives have changed, what their coping mechanisms are and insights into what the future holds for us.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with Sarah Wilson the author of I Quit Sugar about how her career as a journalist, best selling author and social activist, prepared her for the COVID-19 experience.

 

Sarah began her extremely successful career with News Corp where she quickly became the magazines youngest opinion columnist at the age of 24. By 29, she was appointed as Editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. She then moved onto to host the first season of MasterChef in 2009. To this day it is the most watched show in Australian history.

 

Sarah touches on the current worldwide situation saying “for anyone who is out there, working at home and is used to working in an office environment where you are guided by meetings and various things which tell you what to do next, accept and acknowledge that is a real adjustment. It is not a bad adjustment thought. I say, game one. Let’s see what the hell comes out of this”.

 

Along with her expert advice, Sarah also shares her tips and inner thoughts as how to repurpose your anxiety to unlock and channel creativity, finding your purpose and navigating the uncertain.

This is the second episode of the (Re)Design Your Life series. Each podcast will explore how the lives of individuals across the globe are getting on. How their lives have changed, what their coping mechanisms are and insights into what the future holds for us.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with Sarah Wilson the author of I Quit Sugar about how her career as a journalist, best selling author and social activist, prepared her for the COVID-19 experience.

 

Sarah began her extremely successful career with News Corp where she quickly became the magazines youngest opinion columnist at the age of 24. By 29, she was appointed as Editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. She then moved onto to host the first season of MasterChef in 2009. To this day it is the most watched show in Australian history.

 

Sarah touches on the current worldwide situation saying “for anyone who is out there, working at home and is used to working in an office environment where you are guided by meetings and various things which tell you what to do next, accept and acknowledge that is a real adjustment. It is not a bad adjustment thought. I say, game one. Let’s see what the hell comes out of this”.

 

Along with her expert advice, Sarah also shares her tips and inner thoughts as how to repurpose your anxiety to unlock and channel creativity, finding your purpose and navigating the uncertain.

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