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Episode 74 - No Labels, No Limits podcast - Women With Wisdom
This episode is the final of four in a compilation series highlighting groups of high achievers with similar goals. Today, our guests are Claudette Rowley, Brandi Anderson and Kathryn Binkley.
Kathryn Binkley is a business strategist and mindset coach on a mission to help female entrepreneurs live their best lives by creating wildly profitable businesses. She speaks on limiting beliefs and mindset when she says, "We often limit ourselves due to things we accept as "facts" when in reality those are stories we've told ourselves and come to believe were true. When we do this we're truly limiting our potential and dumbing down our dreams, but when you get rid of those stories you realize that even though you thought you were playing big, you can play much bigger!"
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Claudette Rowley is the CEO of Cultural Brilliance, a cultural design and change management consultancy and the author of Cultural Brilliance: The DNA of Organizational Excellence (2019). Claudette defines culture as, "mindsets, behaviors and structures that sequence and patterns that are often unseen and these patterns drive communication, decision making and results in organizations. I look at culture at three levels: mindset, behavior, and structure. Because when we're trying to shift culture, those are the three levels you want to look at."
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Brandi Anderson is a very proud native Nevadan, with deep ties to the Northern Nevada community. She knew from a young age, even before she knew the name of the profession, that she wanted to be in advertising. There was never any doubt. “That's just what I wanted to do because I'm creative, I'm sassy, I don't take myself very seriously and what fascinates me about marketing and communication is that you can have a profound emotional effect and move somebody and help change their lives and never have met them once. Like many others when she left college she set out for places that could “handle what she had to offer the world.” In this interview Brandi shares about what drew her back, how she and her husband navigated the devastating prognosis of her son’s cancer, and the valuable life lessons they learned about asking for and accepting help.
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