007: Paige Aubort carved out space for women in a male dominated industry to empower and educate – The Han Jan Ran Show
Dear friends, welcome to the show, Paige, who is the gift that keeps on giving. This is an insightful conversation that by the end had us both contemplating a lot within our own lives. Paige Aubort is somewhat of a sensation in the Australian hospitality industry. Not only has she overcome personal battles to achieve the accolades and success Paige has enjoyed but she turned her anxiety into fuel for her creative vision. This eventuated in her founding a non-for-profit organisation called Coleman's Academy that empowers and educates women in her industry, addressing issues from misogyny to mental health and career progression to creative inspiration. Resources mentioned: 'The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles' Book by Steven Pressfield I will post the painting I talk about on instagram! The affirmation Paige references: I reserve the right to suck sometimes. You reserve the right to make accidentals and well intentioned mistakes. I reserve the right to make bad art. I reserve the right to do your best even if someone else is already doing it better because love does not depend on achievement or success. I am worthy of affection even if I fail and especially when I fail So go. Go let yourself make a beautiful mistake right now God speed Instagram: @hanjanran & @paigeaubort & @colemansacademy Facebook: thehanjanranshow & Coleman'sAcademy Twitter: @hanjanran #thehanjanranshow The 3 regular favours: 1. Subscribe to the podcast! Rate & Review! 🙂 2. Come find me on instagram @hanjanran and GET IN TOUCH! Let's make this a dialogue. 3. Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend!
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