I've been trying for about a year to make this interview happen, and it finally did thanks to a well-connected close friend in the industry.
Jessica Mulroney is an expert on PR, brand and content strategy, a Canadian fashion stylist, the co-founder of The Shoebox Project (shoeboxes are filled with items that would help any woman feel special donated to women who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness in communities across Canada and the US), #fitgoals, #momgoals and #wifegoals. We chatted about her career, goal-setting system and how she defines success. Check out the Q&A below:
What have you learned about yourself throughout your career over the years?
I’ve learned that if you leave yourself open to learning, your interests and skills will naturally broaden with time. I know what I don’t know and that allows me to take risks, try new things and evolve.
How do you define success?
Success to me is when I meet a challenge head on and face it with everything I have.
Do you have a system that you use to help you achieve your goals?
I don’t have a system per se, but if I had to invent one it would be:
Go into every task well rested, well prepared and with an eagerness to do the best job possible.