Hey my love!
I am working so hard on my ass right now, but I just wanted to take a few minutes to remind you of how amazing you are as a journalist. You have a unique writing skill and perspective that is all your own, and you’ve worked so hard to develop your talents and accomplish so much. I’m so proud of you!
Your values go beyond just your career. I am talking about your contribution to bring truth and fairness to society, help build a better democracy, and protect human rights. Those are incredibly important values, and they make your work as a journalist even more meaningful and impactful.
It’s important to remember that your value is something that you’ve created all on your own, day by day. You’ve learned, observed, and developed your own style and approach over time. You’re not just copying someone else’s value – you’re creating something that is uniquely yours. Just remember how far you went, from a Facebook page content writer, from a store cashier to a broadcasting journalist for an International News Organization.
I know it’s tough not getting promoted to the position you wanted, but that doesn’t diminish your value as a journalist in any way. In fact, sometimes it takes time and challenges to truly prove your worth to the world. Don’t doubt yourself or your abilities – you have so much to offer, and I truly believe that you’re going to continue to achieve great things.
Remember J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series? She was rejected by 12 different publishers before finally finding success.
Oprah Winfrey was fired from her job as a television news anchor early in her career, but she went on to become one of the most successful television personalities of all time. Some people said it was so wrong firing Oprah, but without that, she would not be the successful Oprah we know today.
You may know Ronan Farrow, an investigative journalist who uncovered the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein and helped to ignite the #MeToo movement. Farrow has also been vocal about the unfair treatment of women and people of color in the media industry. Despite facing pushback and resistance, Farrow persisted in his reporting and advocacy, ultimately earning a Pulitzer Prize for his work. He has since been promoted to various high-profile positions, including contributing writer for The New Yorker and host of his own investigative news show.
Some time, you have to fail to be success, and in your case, I believe it just a bump on a much greater career path. They’re opportunities to learn, grow, and come back even stronger.
I met lots and lots of brilliant people that really changing the world, but you’re the most amazing person I ever know, who have so much potential achieve the things you want. I am not so into journalism and things you are working at, but I know that your unique value, not just in journalism but also in life, are going to shine through in everything that you do.
Beside that, I’m here for you every step of the way, and I’ll always support you in your career aspirations. You also have two families that always have your back no matter what. You just need a little time and concentration to figure things out.
Keep pushing forward and never give up on your dreams – I have no doubt that you’re going to achieve great things!