World Class Performer Interview
Life Lessons – there certainly have been a number over the past year! The pandemic brought a lot of changes for people. For me, one of those changes was no more traveling around the country to appear on television news segments or speak on stages. Interviews seemed a thing of the past.
But then, along came World Class Performer, an independent online magazine that features stories, tactics and practical advice from various world’s top performers. They’ve interviewed some of the most iconic entrepreneurs, elite athletes, artists and billionaires. Their goal is that these short profiles can help you answer life’s most challenging questions, achieve extraordinary results, and transform your life.
Somehow, I fit the parameters and was asked to prepare an interview. And a very different kind of interview it was!
Only ten questions!?! Yes, in just ten short questions the interview covered my childhood, failure, bad recommendations, habits, successes, quotes, books, strategies and . . . my morning routine?
It was a bit surreal answering the questions but when I looked back at the overall effect – it was amazing! In just a few words, about a five minute read, there really were some life lessons (without the self-help terminology). I’ve participated in some interviews – as interviewer and interviewee – that could learn from this shortened format.
The experience was interesting enough to make me curious about who these other interviewees included. It’s a really fantastic list of people with some fun, heart-warming stories and some great advice that just may help a reader. I haven’t read them all by any means – there’s literally hundreds – but it’s a great way to spend a few extra minutes (educational and fun!).
Short Life Lessons
I didn’t have any say in the interview title – Short Life Lessons from Kellie Hill. I’m not sure if short means I wasn’t overly wordy. If short refers to my time in the business. Maybe someone 7 foot tall wrote the title and my 5 foot 8 stature is the reference. Maybe an editor there knows the future and it refers to my life expectancy (since the adage is that only the good die young I’m probably safe for a few more decades). Or maybe I was able to give a few good life lessons in a short about of your time.
However you define my short life lesson, I hope they offer you a bit of happiness and maybe even an idea for personal growth along your journey.
> Read the interview on the WorldClassPerformer website.