DRIVE with MIISA MINK: FOUNDER AND CHIEF DOER OF THE NETWORK DRIVEN WOMAN
Miisa Mink is the Founder and Chief Doer of the network DrivenWoman, Doers Academy and the Festival Of Doers and a mother of twins. Prior to creating DrivenWoman she was known as a highly accomplished branding professional, where she successfully launched and grew start-ups.
She has been featured on CNN Money, Huffington Post, London LIVE TV, the Sunday Times & We Are The City ‘Rising Stars’ Winner 2017/ Diversity
WHAT WE COVER:
- How she sees the difference between being driven and drifting
- Tips on how to find, protect and grow your drive
- What sparked her to find her drive
- Her wisdom on the difference between feminine and masculine drive
- The secret to success, when we are willing to drop our mask
- Lessons on the unique opportunity mothers have to connect with their drive
- The power of your own narrative
- Why being quiet can be a GOOD thing
- What she loves MOST about the Driven Women network
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BE INSPIRED - KEY QUOTES FROM MIISA:
- “Drive is honouring your inner spark, being present with who you are”
- “A lot of women are drifters, I am afraid to say. We please others, we serve other people’s dreams”
- “When you are driven, you start to make active choices and often that means saying no”
- “We all have that spark, that inner drive, it just manifests differently with different people”
- “You have to go digging to find your spark”
- “Becoming a mother is the trigger to unleash your true creative power and start to demanding more from life and from yourself”
- “I don’t care about inspiration, I want to see movement”
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