The power of knowing your values

What makes you tick?

What motivates you?

What really matters to you?

These are some big questions. But when you really stop and think about the answers, it truly gets you approaching life in a different way.

Right before Emily Murren even knew about the TIE Accelerator programme, or applied for it, she had just done an exercise that had her reflecting on her values.

And this then set her on a transformative journey.

Today Emily Murren, a Marketing Director based in Sydney, talks about what she did to get more clarity on her life and career. Where that took her. And what happened when she followed her gut.

She talks about how the take aways from the TIE Accelerator experience were very different to what she thought they would be going in.

And what can happen when you work on something that really, truly, inspires you.

So sit back. Relax. And grab that favourite beverage. Or throw on those running shoes. And enjoy this chat with Emily.

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And if this inspired you and you would like to get involved with TIE, do get in touch at philippa@theinternationalexchange.co.uk. Or join the TIE Accelerator Info Session at apply.tieaccelerator.com.

About the Podcast

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The Marketing Society podcast
The Marketing Society is a progressive global community of senior marketers. Our purpose is to empower our members to be brave leaders. Since 1959, we have grown into an influential network of 2500 members.

About your host

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Michael Piggott

Michael joined The Marketing Society as Digital, Content & Social Media Manager in 2013. At the end of 2018 he launched the Society's podcast channel, growing it to over 20,000 listens in two years. In 2019 he became Editor, relaunching the Society's main website and launching digital publication, Empower. On the side, he writes and performs spoken word, and is halfway through writing his first screenplay.