Bridget Scarr, producer of creative content to expand your mind

The entertainment business is dominated by men, especially when it comes to positions of power. One woman is example of spirit, persistence, and female power. Here’s a look into her life.

 

Bridget Scarr is an inspiring woman to look up to. She is the Executive Producer at Colibri Studios, in which she founded. She previously worked as a TV producer, but wanted a career shift. She transitioned into the creative aspect of content creation. Bridget has over 15 years production experience in animation, television, and advertising. She oversaw team of people as small as 5 to a whopping 220 people. This includes productions in drama, animations, entertainment, lifestyle, and real entertainment programming. She has worked in many high ranking positions and is located in London, United Kingdom.

 

A typical day starts for this powerhouse exec with meditation. It keeps her focused and energized. A light breakfast with family comes next, then to the office. Bridget stays completely focused on creating content from 9am to 12pm. She goes home for lunch with family, everyday, then back to work to answer email and catch with her co-producers. Soon after work is done, she takes her son to the park to play and then dinner. After he goes to bed she watches TV or does some more work. Bridget Scarr is inspired by technology as of the moment and how it can impact our daily lives, making them better. What makes her more productive as a entrepreneur is meditation and nurturing her creative side. Being in nature is helps her connect and anything that encourages her creativity she flocks to. Trusting her journey, eliminating fear, and believing in herself is advice she would give her younger self if she could. If Bridget could recommend something to other entrepreneur is to meditate. It helps her become a better, more peaceful person. It can change anyone’s world. One of her failures as an entrepreneur is her first business. She has to close shop. It was a whole mess when it came to financial difficulties, unhappy business partners, and false accusations in the press. It was not good. One business idea Bridget Scarr would give to readers has to do with wine. Creating a whole experience that enables one to drink only the best, without buying the worst. Wine can be shipped to your door will be paired with only the best foods available. Technology would be involved she thinks, it helps make life easier.

 

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