Today I’m pumped to bring you a goose-bump inducing interview with Jasmine Star, a top-rated lifestyle photographer, branding and marketing strategist, and one of the best speakers I’ve ever seen perform live.
Jasmine and I are diving into a variety of subjects including impostor syndrome, dealing with criticism from fans or family, intuition, and launching new creative projects to stay inspired.
This episode is perfect for anyone looking to hear an inspiring story of going for your dreams without formal training, facing fears and feedback, and staying inspired after you’ve established your career.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
Jasmine tells us how she was unhappy with her current direction in her life and how it took her mother’s medical condition to make her realize what was important to her.
She describes how she realized that once she was able to question her happiness and acknowledge herself, she was then able to make profound changes in her life.
Jasmine believes it was her mother’s illness that changed the trajectory of her life and career path.
She tells us that it was the positive encouragement from her husband that made her feel confident to do something she loved and had passion for, which became her photography.
Jasmine talks about attracting and repelling and that we need to do things fully and for ourselves first and foremost.
She mentions that creating new and “side” projects helps fulfill her inner core of what she does best.
Jasmine discusses the imposter syndrome and how we need to tell ourselves and others that we are truly unique, with our own set of values and a voice that is entirely our own.
She tells us that we all own the ability to ask others, friends and family, for support in our choices and our lives.
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