Raising your visibility to realise your potential. In this week's episode of the Human First Podcast, Penny Locaso sits with Sarah Anderson as she shares her fascinating path from art history at Melbourne University, to running social and digital communications at ANZ, to starting her own business, and to becoming a yoga instructor. What is the mindset that has helped her along her journey?
This Week Explore:
  • How social media gives people, especially women, a voice
  • What lies at the intersection of being authentic and putting yourself out there
  • How to use mindfulness and reflective journaling to reach one's potential
  • Her Human First experience in Antarctica
  • The one question she always asks herself
  • The power of letting go
  • How she creates space to focus, by ditching the time scarcity mindset
Where To Find Sarah
Where To Find Penny
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