On today’s episode of Visibility Talks, I’m delighted to be joined by graphic designer and branding expert Liz Mosley. But we aren’t talking about branding today, instead we’re talking about something that Liz has been challenging herself with for some time and frankly I’m in awe!
We’re talking about rejection.
In this episode
We dive into a whole host of fascinating areas including:
The emotions we go through when it comes to facing rejection
Our personal experiences of rejection + how we handle it
How it’s not actually about overcoming the fear of rejection
How it feels good to normalise all this stuff we go through as small business owners
How what we believe is working for someone on social media isn’t always the case!
How we can stop worrying about being unique and start showing up as ourselves
What Liz’s favourite part of the Visibility Buffet is – now known as the sausage rolls!
and plenty more 🙂
I loved having this conversation and I hope you enjoy listening!
In her own words
Liz Mosley is a graphic designer with over 15 years’ experience and now specialises in creating creative branding and animated GIFS for small business owners. She also hosts a podcast called Building Your Brand and teaches courses showing people how to create their own branding and GIFS if they don’t have the budget to outsource it. Her goal for her clients and students is for them to come away with branding that they love that helps them to feel so proud and confident promoting their businesses and sharing what they do with the world. You can find out more on her website lizmosley.net and following her on Instagram @lizmmosley.
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