Ep 108 – Why We Can’t Get Far Without Self-Love
Ep 108 - Why We Can’t Get Far Without Self-Love
Sometimes, all we need to succeed is a little TLC. In this episode, Lara Vandenberg reveals how we can practice self-love every day, how we can figure out our passion, and how we can gain the confidence to reach for bigger and better dreams. Lara Vandenberg is the Founder and CEO of Publicist and a 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 listee.
Don’t underestimate the power of a little self-love, peers. In fact, a dash of self-care can be the key to achieving all of our goals and so much more.
Just ask our latest guest, Lara Vandenberg.
After packing up her life in Sydney and moving across the world to New York City to at 21 years old, Lara became an expert in the concept of self-love. Despite starting off as a starry-eyed girl navigating the hustle and bustle of NYC, Lara quickly realised how lonely the concrete jungle can be. That’s when she decided to invest in the most important relationship of all: the one she has with herself.
This bold act of self-love was the push Lara needed to quit her job and pursue her one true passion: problem-solving. After spending ten years in the communications industry, Lara seized the opportunity to transform the outdated, inflexible agency structure into something better.
Enter: Publicist – an online marketplace that connects premium PR and marketing talent with companies for projects. In 2019, Lara was honoured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 List for her amazing work in the PR industry.
In this episode, Lara reveals how we can take small steps toward self-love, how we can figure out our passion, and how we can gain the confidence to stretch our goals to new heights.
Lara Vandenberg is the CEO and founder of Publicist, an online marketplace that connects premium PR and marketing talent with companies that require project-based services. In 2019, Lara was recognised on the Forbes 30 under 30 List for her amazing work in the communication space. She has also been featured in numerous publications such as The Australian, Tech Crunch and counting.