Molly Beck and Dr. Benjamin Hardy
I originally was introduced to Whitney just over a year ago through the Innovation Ecosystem podcast. That’s when I really started my journey to look critically at myself and my career. I’m fortunate that Whitney’s interview and perspective jumped off the page to me. In fact, she was the only person I started to follow and I’m so thankful I did. She walks-the-walk, is thought provoking and consistently develops content.Today I was catching up on a couple of episodes and listened to Dr. Benjamin Hardy and Molly Beck. What I treasure is that Whitney asks questions with action in mind. Through that lens, she also asks her audience to actionable leave reviews. Sure, there are some promotional give aways which will offer deeper learnings, but I’d argue that it could be more impactful for the reviewers that they are actioning in writing their reviews. How cool is it that a review may be their tipping point to seriously improving?This brings me to who my future self is. I’m wiser, more empathetic, disciplined with urgency, patient in understanding, and self-forgiving. I’m aspirational and I have high expectations of myself. So, that can often translate into being tough on myself and thinking that I should be further ahead.P.S. I sing Disrupt Yourself in song form via Charles Wright’s Express Yourself. Am I the only one?
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