Janine Allis’ 10 top tips for success in life and business
First published on March 21, 2019
For influential Australian entrepreneur and business woman Janine Allis, founding Boost Juice is one of many successes in her impressive career. It was only fitting that Janine kicked off our International Women’s Day (IWD) event in Hobart this year.
Janine’s energy effortlessly captured the audience, opening with the guiding thought that IWD won’t exist in the future, as we will all be equal regardless of gender. She told tales of her successes, failures as well as some of the lessons learnt along the way, which we couldn’t wait to share with you!
- Always be the student
Invest in your curiosity. Educate yourself however you like, whether it’s podcasts, books, mentorship or the internet, always keep asking and learning.
- Everything is your fault
Your biggest asset is yourself. Look in the mirror and take accountability when things go wrong. Find out why it happened and how it can be solved.
- Don’t settle for mediocrity in your life
Surround yourself with people that add value to your life and your purpose, are motivating to be around and get your vibe.
- Don’t fake it
Own what you say you are and be true to your vision. Let your actions always speak to your goals and good things will happen.
- Embrace change
Say hello to innovation and new ideas and goodbye to ‘we have always done it that way’. In an era of change, adapt and work out how change could be the best thing for you.
- If you’re not failing you’re not trying hard enough
Go all in, often the biggest success comes from failure.
- You are what you think you are
Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right. Believe in yourself - we do!
- Celebrate your success
Enjoy the journey, you’ve come a long way and have so much to be proud of.
- Look after yourself
There’s only one of you and it’s the most valuable thing you can invest in. Be kind to yourself, mental and physical wellbeing isn’t overrated.
- Say yes
It’s easy to say no and exciting to say yes. Give it a go, you never know what could happen.