After 3 years of handling everything being a full time mum can throw at her, Mizzy started with MVIS late in 2019 ready to start a new adventure at the same time as her toddler started hers at nursery. Inspired by her family and 2 beautiful children, Mizzy looks forward to being a valuable member of the MVIS family too, calling on her reliability, organisational skills and perfectionism when it comes to making a good impression.
As an ambitious person, Mizzy is her own harshest critic who holds herself to the highest standards, driving her to as close to perfection as possible. Despite these perfectionist leanings, Mizzy has a deep understanding that performance is only part of the key to success, claiming that it is rather rooted in happiness and that success is not success without the ability to appreciate it. This attitude fits in incredibly well at MVIS, where our Safe Mind: Safe Work, Work Well initiative encourages all staff members to take their perspectives and mental health seriously, promoting a safe state of mind.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
Running, crafting, Zumba & family time.
Name one professional skill you’re currently working on.
I hope to eventually attend Open University and study for a Business/ Customer Service-related degree to further my skills.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever had?
“One day you’ll be just a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.”
How do you define success?
I think when you’re genuinely happy/content with what you’re doing and where you are in life. That is success. Because you can be at the top of your game but if your mindset is wrong then you won’t appreciate the perceived success. So it has to be in your mind before you can start to appreciate it or progress.