For immediate release: Petty perfectionism is out, and mindfulness is in. In this episode of Social PR Secrets, Lisa Buyer sits down with Sarah Collins to talk about favorite things and pet peeves of 2020. Sarah has worked in agencies her whole professional life, starting with The Buyer Group in 2006 and back again in 2019.
Lines in the sand
Corporate culture and agency life does not have to be toxic. Over the years, Sarah Collins has collected and nurtured extensive knowledge from working in the digital marketing and agency world. Each step along the way taught her something old, something new, and sometimes, something blue. One of her biggest tips is setting boundaries to separate the end of a workday and personal time. She’s learned perfectionism can be toxic, and 100% perfect is not the secret to success. Tune into this episode of Social PR Secrets for Sarah and Lisa’s insights and perspective on everything from fave apps to happy hour drinks to soul searching inspiration.
Some topics discussed in this episode include:
- Mindset tips for Social PR pros and entrepreneurs
- Most inspiring people
- Favorite apps
- Escapes from reality
- Social PR Secrets upcoming events to attend
- Perfectionism and depression
- Advice for 20-year-olds
Contact Sarah Collins:
- Sarah’s Twitter https://twitter.com/sarvacollins
- Sarah’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sarvacollins/
- Sarah’s LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarvacollins/
References and Links Mentioned:
- #ReadWithJenna https://www.today.com/read-with-jenna
- The Buddha and the Badass: The Secret Spiritual Art of Succeeding at Work https://www.amazon.com/Buddha-Badass-Secret-Spiritual-Succeeding/dp/1984823396
- Blinklist app https://www.blinkist.com/
- No Rules, Rules – Reed Hastings, the co-founder, and co-CEO of Netflix, spells out his highly-unorthodox management style, a radical candor inspired by his marriage counseling.
- Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from Perfectionism That Masks Your Depression https://www.amazon.com/Perfectly-Hidden-Depression-Break-Perfectionism/dp/1684033586