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#Troublemaker

Sharing reflections from
extraordinary women

Meet Sophia Li
Journalist and Director 
Former Entertainment Media Editor at Vogue

WHEN DID YOU DECIDE YOU WOULD BECOME A _______?

A storyteller? Oh gosh, I was born asking questions. Voted most talkative and loudest (and best dressed and worst driver) in high school-- some things never change. (yes, I had 4 high school superlatives v weird I know) 

WHAT’S BEEN THE MOST IMPORTANT LESSON YOU’VE LEARNED ALONG YOUR CAREER JOURNEY?

That kindness and work ethic make all the difference. Also, you’re never too senior to grab coffee nor too junior to pitch big-picture ideas.  

HOW DO YOU KEEP YOURSELF MOTIVATED?

By surrounding myself with humans who also believe they can change the world for the better-- in however small or big ways. 

HOW DO YOU RECHARGE?

Sleep... it’s my master talent that I’m semi-narcoleptic. Also meditation, yoga and immersing myself into nature with loved ones.  

HOW DO YOU THINK WOMEN CAN HELP OTHER WOMEN?

This shouldn’t be limited but I especially believe in women helping other women who are outside of their social circle/bubble from a range of backgrounds is the ultimate gain for all womanhood. 

WHAT DOES BEING A TROUBLEMAKER MEAN TO YOU?

It means paving your own path and not taking no for an answer. making trouble can be a good thing and an awfully fun thing too.  

IF YOU COULD BRING 5 OBJECTS FROM YOUR PAST INTO YOUR FUTURE CAREER JOURNEY, WHAT WOULD THEY BE?

This infinity ring I wear everyday from my sister, a jade face-roller, Doterra essential oils, my passport (always), and a video camcorder.

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