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Podcast Episode #118: "Leading and Mentoring in Today's Tech Industry" - an Interview with Natasha Engan

 

Leading and Mentoring in Today's Tech Industry

In case you missed my LIVE interview with the remarkable Natasha Engan (Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Deltek), here are a few of the wisdom gems she shared:  

  • Experiences growing up in a small town of 10,000 people
  • The importance of mentorship in your life
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help
  • Executive presence is about how you show up
  • When you take care of yourself, you show up better
  • It’s OK to make some crazy decisions (if you learn from them)
  • It matters who you marry if you get married
  • All emerging leaders DO deserve an opportunity

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Download a transcript of Sheryl's interview with Natasha Engan.

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Podcast Episode #43 - Interview with Rha Goddess "Granting Permission to Live Into Your Purpose"

Granting Permission to Live Into Your Purpose

Rha Goddess is THE entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough change-makers, cultural visionaries, and social entrepreneurs. Her mission? To revolutionize the way we live, work, play and do business. She's the founder and CEO of Move The Crowd, an entrepreneurial training company dedicated to creative and cultural entrepreneurs working at the intersection of values, profitability and social impact.

Here Are a Couple of the Main Take-Aways:

  1. Commitment to family, to community and to education
  2. If we ever had any opportunity, any advantage, any asset, that we had a responsibility to make a way for other people, we had a responsibility to open a door
  3. We have a long legacy of denial of access and opportunity and that, that denial and access has been systemic. we can either adopt the norms of that culture and environment or we can choose to offer and create something different.
  4. Give myself permission to show up fully in...
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