Today’s entertaining episode is part 2 of an interview with Lewis Kemp, discussing all things mindset, wellbeing and self-expression.
Lewis is CEO of Lightbulb Media, a results-driven digital marketing agency who take a no-nonsense approach to getting SME’s in front of their ideal customers. They help good people doing good work to shout louder about what they’re doing and be seen by the right people.
He’s a massive advocate of authenticity online, educating people around the platforms so they can benefit on both a professional and a personal level.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of mindset and rest, mental health days and the importance of genuine self-expression. We also discuss:
– Not seeking validation
– Avoiding the notion that you have to be available 24/7
– How being genuine can save you from having to maintain a persona with multiple clients
– Presenteeism vs absenteeism
– How forcing compliance can stifle self-expression
– The importance of a good network (collaboration is key)
– Benefits of self-reflection in realising temporary feelings
– How speaking about your own experiences can empower others to speak about theirs
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