If you’d come with me to Katy Perry’s Witness tour… I bet you’d have liked it too.
She’s so good, that even if you don’t like her music, you can’t ignore her.
Her reach is impressive. My Vivaldi loving 84-year-old Mum knows who she is!
Plus, her music is joyful. She can sing. And her sets are impressive (I liked this roses set – thorns and all).
Katy Perry is serious business. Apparently, she’s worth $330m at 33, and the first person to reach 100m followers on Twitter (in June 2017).
But what I love more is that she inspires millions of tweens to:
- not be afraid to be different
- choose to be a pro because, as she tweets: it’s always a good time to put your best foot forward, and
- stand strong. She sings: You can’t clip my wings, can’t wilt my flowers.
And why would we want to?
In 2016, a Gallup engagement survey found that 82% of employees see their leaders as fundamentally uninspiring.
Imagine our workplaces if more leaders could inspire their employees like Katy inspires her KatyCat fans!