Five strategies for thriving in political change

Take care. Take care of each other.

Feed on what you do. Eat well. To keep fit. Don’t eat lunch at your desk. Don’t eat or exercise with this hasty feeling that something is more important. Feed your body as well as your mind.

Take the time to reflect. Build reflective practice into your work. Don’t buy into the ever-increasing rush that means bad decisions are made. Allow time for deceleration.

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Esther Anatolitis is one of Australia’s most influential arts advocates. She is Vice President of Contemporary Arts Precincts, the team behind Collingwood Yards, and Honorary Associate Professor at RMIT School of Art. Esther has led arts and media organizations across all art forms, and her consultancy Test Pattern focuses on creative practice, policy and enclosure, as well as advocacy and public value. One of the hallmarks of Esther’s artistic leadership career has been her tenacious civic engagement, ensuring that artists’ voices and artistic issues are high on political agendas. This work ranges from strategy development and private advice to public events, regional fringe seat forums, candidates’ debates, specialist workshops and Australia’s first arts advocacy training programme. A prolific writer, Esther’s work regularly appears in literary journals, newspapers, and in arts and design media. His book Place, Practice, Politics is published by Spurbuch. Follow her on Twitter: @_esther.

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