Your entire episode is value a hear, however one a part of the dialog that I can’t cease fascinated with was a piece the place Harper and I spoke about how we outline success as a society—and what it means to be a “‘profitable magnificence model.”
“In Western tradition, success is outlined by what you attain for your self and your loved ones. In my tradition, with indigenous individuals, the entire thought of success facilities round what you do on your group,” says Harper, explaining why she thinks it’s necessary for manufacturers to offer again as a part of their enterprise mannequin. “The way in which I used to be raised, you’re perceived as being profitable or have carried out one thing of iconic worth when you’ve achieved one thing on your group.”
That is one thing we are able to all participate in: To place group first means to make extra aware choices for the earth (as Harper reminds us, that is our dwelling). It additionally means making a magnificence house the place all really feel included and represented. Lastly, it may imply how we present up for individuals who need assistance.
“There are dangerous issues that occur to all of us in all our lives. And I’m at all times about shifting our mindset: Go do one thing for another person, as a result of it will take your thoughts off all your individual issues,” she says. “It’s simply so simple as pondering: What may I do for any individual else proper now that is gonna assist me shift my mentality?”
Clearly on this podcast episode we get into way over magnificence fundamentals (however don’t fear we additionally contact on make-up and substances too!). Tune in to listen to extra.