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Collective Hub

July 2019 - Tech Issue

Collective Hub combines style and substance with a fresh perspective on the issues that matter – across business, design, technology, social change, fashion, travel, food, film and art. Through a combination of high-profile stories and beautiful visuals in our print magazine, engaging digital content on our website, one-of-a-kind events, custom-made products and much more, Collective Hub’s constant vision is to uplift and empower people to live their fullest lives. Whether you are looking for a boost of creativity, professional advice from industry experts, the most exciting places to experience or a warm and practical pep talk, Collective Hub is your guide to making a positive impact in the world.

País:
Australia
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Messenger Group Pty Ltd
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collective hub

FOUNDER, CEO + EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LISA MESSENGER @lisamessenger CONTENT EDITOR Amy Molloy @amy_molloy ART DIRECTOR Emily Ponton DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER Helen Koker SUB EDITORS Che-Marie Trigg, Rebecca Hooton CIRCULATION MANAGER Jodie Frazer ACCOUNTS Kate Wheeler CONTRIBUTORS Amy Nelmes-Bissett, Aron, Banter Snaps, Chloe Walker, Clara Wiggins, Claudia Barriga-Larriviere, Cristina Gottardi, Daniel Lozano Valdes, Daniil Silantev, Fiona Killackey, Fiona Ward, Giuseppe Mondi, Helen Barlow, Laurine Bailly, Melanie Dimmitt, Sarah Megginson, Tania Orozco, Travelnow Crylater.…

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founder’s letter

“As I’ve discovered in the past six months, you don’t need an office, a fixed location or a full-time team to create magic.” Well, hello! I bet you didn’t think you’d be hearing from me in this format again – or at least for a while. When issue 52 of Collective Hub hit newsstands with an open letter to our community explaining the print mag was closing, I explained in my founder’s letter – and in a video you can still view on collectivehub.com – exactly why I’d made the decision. In life nothing stays the same, and who would want it to? We pivot, we evolve, we grow, we learn. This is truly the magic of entrepreneurship. Since then, we have been pivoting and growing – drastically! Only weeks after our…

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finishing strong

“Trying to create something that no one else has done before is a wonderful mix of belief and optimism, from yourself and the visionary investors who all have a healthy risk appetite… I hope we leave a strong legacy for others to learn from and adapt.” These were the words from Jodie Fox, the founder of Shoes of Prey – and a long-time friend of Collective Hub – when she announced in a post on Instagram that her bespoke shoe start-up would cease normal trading. When Collective Hub announced the end of our regular print mag, I didn’t realise I’d be in such good company. With sadness, but also great admiration, I’ve read heartfelt open letters on social media – Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar, Samantha Wills and now Jodie. From…

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dreaming big in 2019?

Turn the page for a preview of what’s inside… Order yours today at collectivehub.com An inside look at pages from our diary. Cut out, fill in and feel inspired! self-care checklist today I… worked out / went for a walk y | n learnt something new y | n took advice from a friend y | n had eight glasses of water y | n spent 15-30 minutes reflecting y | n consciously put down technology y | n checked on my loved ones y | n made healthy eating decisions y | n did something fun y | n get-organised checklist today I… cleared my desk and mind y | n went for a walk to clear my head y | n paid all outstanding bills y | n cleared my email inbox y | n unsubscribed to recent junk y | n made any phonecalls y | n drank lots…

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advice for personal growth

+ don’t compare yourself to others + know yourself – your beliefs and disbeliefs + disconnect from those who bring your down + protect and savour those who support you + write down your thoughts and goals + spend a little time each week networking + de-clutter your life, mind and soul + switch off the tv a couple of nights a week + unfollow those who make you feel self-conscious + follow those who inspire you and drive you + find a mentor and ask lots of questions + read books, fiction and non-fiction + listen to podcasts that expand your mind + spend time with great people + spend at least 30 minutes every day on your goals + spend time in nature – cleanse your mind + exercise daily, even if it’s just a walk + have a sense of humour – have fun! +…

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on the side

WHY DID YOU LAUNCH SIDE PROJECT SESSIONS? Through my own side project [blog], Extraordinary Routines, I’ve interviewed hundreds of successful artists, writers, entrepreneurs and creatives. Despite being at the top of their field, I heard people say how difficult it is to prioritise their personal work or stay focused. Side Project Sessions was born out of this – a fortnightly event in Melbourne offering accountability, space, time and a routine to take your ideas further. It’s peer-pressured productivity. YOU TALK ABOUT FOBO – WHAT IS THAT? I first came across the term FOBO in a piece by the entrepreneur Thomas Oppong. He describes the ‘fear of better options’ as the relentless pursuit of all possible options for fear that you’ll miss out on the best one. At its worst, FOBO leads to indecision,…

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