Came across this quote during today’s business lunch (no it was not in a fortune cookie):
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”—Virginia Woolf (A Room of One’s Own).
What exactly does this even mean and how is this relevant?
In the book, A Room of One’s Own, Virginia Woolf attempts to convey that in order to discover our truth about our life and purpose, we all must have our own space where we are free to think without outside influences. Woolf emphasizes in her essay that to be able to write and contemplate the universe, it is necessary for her to detach herself from the commotion of everyday life and lock herself in a room of her own. We are unable to be successful in our work and personal lives if we do not give ourselves the time to gather our thoughts or “dine well”, as Woolf phrases it.
Running a business is difficult. When you throw in COVID-19 it makes it nearly impossible given all the uncertainty it presents.
Like, Woolf, Networking Leads, offers you the “space” you need to work and succeed.
Networking Leads…to working spaces.