Desiree Washlton is the founder of The Self-Awareness Forum and is a world-renowned speaker for self-awareness. She is the author of The Self-Awareness Paradox, The Science of Self-Awareness, and The Science of Self-Awareness: What It Takes to be a Self-Awareness Ambassador, and is a regular contributor to Self-Awareness, Entrepreneur, and Self-Awareness Journal.
My name is Sarah Poulson and I live in Los Angeles, California, and I have been trying to get my life around my phone since June of last year. I found out last year that I had a phone call from an amazing, really well-known man called Desiree Washlton.
Desiree Washlton is a professional photographer, designer and photographer. In addition to his work as an artist, he was also an entrepreneur, writer, and writer-in-residence at the San Francisco Art Examiner, where he established a business, and now sits on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Art Institute.
I remember the call well. Desiree said that she was calling me because she was interested in helping me make my first website. I was thrilled, and of course, I immediately wanted to talk to her so I did. I told her what I wanted to do, and I was very excited about it. She asked me lots of questions, and I told her my plan of how I wanted it to look and how I wanted to communicate with my readers.
I told Desiree that I wanted the blog to be about the things I am passionate about. I think her interest in art and design is very important to me because I have a particular passion for creating things that look nice, and I love to give people the sense that they own something and can express themselves. I think she is very interested in my personal style and opinions on style and how people use it. I told her that I wanted to communicate with my readers through my writing and my videos.
In a world where so much content is “about” someone, and so much of it is about that person, it’s very easy to forget that there are other people out there that need to be heard. You see it in the comments to news stories about celebrities, or in the comments to articles about celebrities, even.
Sometimes the comments are just that, comments. People are expressing their personal opinions, and all too often they express them without any real connection to the actual topic. I think we all want our readers to know that we are not just someone who writes about them in the comments, that we are actually an actual person. It’s that connection that allows a reader to feel that they are getting an actual human connection. That’s what I’m trying to make the reader understand.
I think people feel more connected to the actual topic if they know they are not just a random commenter. We want to make it very clear that this person is actually a real person who has a real life. Also, sometimes people take things personally, and so we don’t want you to take things personally because of it. We want you to take your personal opinions as a compliment, not a complaint.