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Progress Over Perfection: I'm Not Perfect, But I'm Better Than I Used to Be

Embracing Imperfection for Personal Growth

In this episode of the Lisa Buyer SPS podcast, your host, Lisa Buyer, is joined by special guest Navah Berg to discuss the topic of personal growth and striving to be better than you used to be. Together, they dive into the importance of embracing imperfections and focusing on becoming your best, true self.

Learning from Past Experiences

Lisa and Navah highlight the idea of continuous improvement and learning from past experiences. They emphasize that nobody is perfect, but we can all strive to become better versions of ourselves. By acknowledging our imperfections, we can shed light on areas where we can grow and develop.

The Role of Personal Growth in Various Aspects of Life

Throughout the episode, Lisa and Navah delve into the role of personal growth in various aspects of life, including public relations, branding, marketing, entrepreneurship, and professional growth. They emphasize that taking care of oneself should be a priority in order to achieve success in these areas.

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Mistakes are a fact of life. It is the response to the error that counts.
Deepak Chopra

Creating Space for Advancement

Creating space, both physically and mentally, is essential for personal and professional advancement. Lisa and Navah discuss the concept of different realities and the importance of considering others' perspectives. They highlight the need to recognize that the person on the other side of a screen or device is a real human being with their own unique experiences and realities.

Navigating Challenges in Public Relations

In the realm of public relations, Lisa and Navah share insights on navigating challenges, such as working with clients and editors who have high expectations. They provide a valuable tip for managing both professional and personal life: taking a break and breathing before sending any message. They suggest writing something out and putting it in drafts instead of sending it immediately, allowing time for reflection and revisiting the message the next day or after a good night's sleep.

The Impact of Sleep on Daily Life

The importance of sleep is also emphasized by Lisa and Navah, as they discuss its impact on daily function, creativity, output, performance, and overall happiness. They share their experiences of tracking their sleep score and striving to improve it.

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Investing in Personal and Professional Development

Recognizing the significance of personal growth, Lisa and Navah invite listeners to learn from their own journeys over the past five to ten years. They encourage seeking personal and professional development, going to the doctor for health checkups, and cultivating healthy habits such as maintaining a balanced diet and managing stress.

Diverse Topics Explored

Throughout the episode, Lisa and Navah touch upon various topics, including effective communication with clients and customers, the power of vulnerability, utilizing social media as a research tool, and the importance of having a personal connection with a brand or personal brand.

The Ongoing Journey of Personal Growth

Ultimately, Lisa and Navah stress that personal growth is an ongoing process and that embracing imperfection is key to becoming better than you used to be. By striving to be your best, true self, you can navigate challenges, build strong relationships, and find success in both your personal and professional life.

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Looking for the latest Social PR trends or digital life hacks? Meet Lisa Buyer, a subject matter expert in public relations/social media and a recovering digital life junkie. She is the author of Digital Detox Secrets and Social PR Secrets with the foreword by Guy Kawasaki. Lisa brings 20+ years of PR experience always staying ahead of the curve as an early adapter integrating PR, SEO, and social media. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, and niche brands. Industries include technology, marketing, real estate, health, wellness, and yoga.