Tracy becomes Wellness Columnist for Television Business International
Hugely exciting news for me. I am so thrilled to become the new Television Business International Well-being Columnist! TBI is a trade magazine online and in print that covers news and features on everything to do with the TV and media industries. And because I’ve worked in the industry for over 25 years now and am a professional executive coach and yoga teacher, TBI felt I had the right combination of experience for the role!
Becoming a Well-Being Columnist for the TBI is a huge personal achievement for me! The bonus is that I realise that I am now old enough and experienced enough to be considered wise enough to give other people advice.
Every month, I will be writing an article about well-being, how to cope with what life throws at you and how to look after yourself. Because we are all busy people, I’m going to keep the articles brief, to the point and with easily digestible tips and pointers.
Each article will contain no-nonsense practical advice, holistic self-care and take-out about well-being, physically, spiritually and mentally.
My articles will be directed at producers, distributors and broadcasters and based on my experience of the challenges and issues I've faced along the way working in this fantastic industry.
Drawing from experience in TV, my learnings as an executive coach and a professionally qualified yoga teacher, I hope you give you holistic advice and useful tips on mental and physical well-being!
Although the column will feature examples from the TV and media industries, advice will be relevant to all.
My first article which went out in June is here
I was over the moon when my friend and Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine retweeted it and gave me the thumbs-up:
Future articles will include topics such as how to promote yourself without feeling you are being arrogant; the best way to get noticed and get yourself a much-deserved pay rise; how to work a room, how to present confidently and lots more.
If you have any issues you’d like me to write about, please do drop me a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will see what I can do!
Huge thanks to TBI Vision's inspirational editor Manori Ravindran for this opportunity.