I will be very straight forward, this blog post is mostly me bragging about my recent interview with Forbes Women Poland.
For those who know me, you know I never brag, in fact , I blush and get very uncomfortable when people around me talk about me and my accomplishments. I have no idea why this happens but I truly dislike the attention.
However I feel very different about this recent article, of course I am super happy to be highlighted with a print 6 page spread in Forbes before my husband. I am absolutely thrilled that this was printed in Forbes Women, and I am ecstatic about the fact that it was in Poland!!!
Coming from a mixed background of a Polish Bulgarian family, I am always nostalgic about Poland and my family, I am also extremely proud of my roots.
This article couldn’t have come at a better time!
Forbes approached my right in the beginning of the pandemic, when all my projects, meetings, work, masterclasses, client sessions and so on got canceled all together!
As many of you, I was a bit in shock as I have never imagined such a scenario. Not only that they got canceled but they didn’t get rescheduled as the situation was so uncertain at the time, everything was floating in the air and I was trying to adjust to this new state, stay positive and somehow still be inspired as an artist. In a time of crisis, the last thing on your mind is art and inspiration, naturally our self preservation instincts kick in and until we feel stable, inspiration is hard to come.
Thanks to this Forbes interview, I stayed positive and inspired despite the situation, I adjusted my business model and planned for the future.
A big thank you to Forbes Women Poland, my fans and all of my friends who have been supporting me mentally and emotionally …you know who you are…Erica….Myko! And few others:)