Today's 'Just Be...Inspired' video is a compilation of answers to the question 'Just Be...What?'. Comment and tell us what your answer would be x
Today's 'Just Be...Inspired' video is a compilation of some of our favourite answers to the question 'What motto do you live by?'. We love the positive messages in these answers and hope that everyone who watches it will find a message within them that they can use to make their own lives and the lives of others happier. If you'd like to hear more from these inspirational people, all of their full interviews are up now on our YouTube channel. Make sure you subscribe while you're there. .
Kate Richardson is a successful Canberra dancer and business woman. She owns and runs Subsdance dance studio, the Glamourosas samba dance team, and the Entertainment Hub. On the surface, Kate appear to be living what many people would describe as the perfect life – she has a successful business, good looks, and a loving, supportive husband. But things aren’t always how they seem, and Kate’s story is a reminder to us all that we mustn’t jump to conclusions based on appearances. Behind her performer’s smile, Kate is battling anxiety. In this episode of ‘Just Be…Inspired’, she opens up to us...
Introducing Kartika, one of the co-founders of The Just Be Revolution. Kartika is the founder of Canberra charity event Sweet Chari-tea, which to date has raised $74,000 for the paediatrics unit at the Canberra Hospital. Kartika is a proud Pakana woman, a mum of 4 and is part of the Revolution to fight for a future where we value people for who they are, not how they look.
Emma Batchelor is the founder and editor of online magazine Leiden. Emma is passionate about fashion and about inspiring people to find their own style and have the confidence to express themselves through clothes. In today's episode of Just Be...Inspired, Emma talks at us about where her love of fashion started and shares advice on how to find the confidence to find your own style. Thanks for talking to us and for being part of the Revolution Emma.