Our uniqueness is our competitive advantage and our superpower. Each of us has our own talents and gifts that we can use to serve our community. However, we need to get curious about ourselves first and understand who we really are before we take on that challenge. When we can get through the uncertainty and the insecurity of life, we can own our uniqueness and tap into the power of our humanity. We can start to live our authentic life, and we can start to thrive.
In this week’s episode, we are sharing with you another podcast: The Follow-Up Question. Earlier this week, Rebecca Fleetwood Hession was a guest on Michael Ashford’s podcast. To share the podcast love, we decided to publish that episode here this week. We will listen to Rebecca as she tells us about her passions, her thoughts, and the things she’s writing about right now. She even shares a bit of her own personal story, and tells us about her book, “Business is Human.”
Before founding WEThrive.live, Rebecca had a highly successful career at Franklin Covey Organization. She was traveling the world, making lots of money, and serving her clients in a beautiful way. However, after 19 years, she decided to quit and start doing her own visits. She needed the space to explore her own dreams and creativity, and so she did that. Today, she is doing exactly what she wants to be doing: living her authentic life and telling people’s stories through WEThrive.live.
In Rebecca’s conversation with Michael, she discusses the human side of business and the emotional, personal, and social needs each person has. They discuss the challenges of uncertainty and imposter syndrome today as well as how to get curious about yourself. Michael and Rebecca share their love for stories and talk about the importance of communication and empathy in everyday life. They finish off the conversation with a discussion of what a truly authentic life looks like and how to live one today.
Listen in to learn more about how Rebecca is bringing humanity back into business and helping people live their most authentic life.