Check with seller Why You Should Embrace Your Inner Vulnerability as an Entrepreneur and How It Will Help You Succeed

Published date: July 6, 2018
  • Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

In an age of tough competition and competing priorities, women entrepreneurs are expected to wear “multiple hats” in order to embrace diverse and often contradictory roles and expectations as business women, moms, spouses, family makers, and caregivers. And this contradiction creates so much outer pressure and inner turmoil. How many of you remember the role Meryl Streep played in the Devil Wears Prada, as Miranda Priestly, a powerful fashion magazine editor and Anne Hathaway as Andrea, her quirky assistant? Miranda does her job well but is so cold and distant that she alienates everyone around her; she hates being vulnerable. In contrast, Andrea finally decides to embrace her vulnerabilities and quirkiness instead of competitive ruthlessness of the fashion industry. How many of us what to be that person, the kind of boss we had and always hated? And how many of us want to be Andrea? Recently, I invited Lisa Marie Platske on my Wealthy Wednesday Show to teach us about the value of vulnerability and authenticity for women entrepreneurs. Lisa Marie Platske calls herself an accidental entrepreneur because she took a detour from being the “fastest promoted” law enforcement officer in US Customs Service to lead Upside Thinking, Inc, a leadership, and training enterprise. Her own life experiences and transitional thinking allowed her to open herself to be vulnerability and embrace it as strength rather than a weakness. And that’s what we are teaching our audience today, the value of vulnerability for leadership and its contribution in making you, a woman entrepreneur, a leader, a lady boss worth following:

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