You’re listening to episode number 91. Leadership: Standing for what's right over what's easy. Diversity Inclusion and anti-racism work in business.
In this episode I get to talk with the frickin’ awesome, Alissa Daire Nelson. Alissa is regularly featured on television news segments, inside major blogs and publications, and on podcasts from all over the globe.
She's an accomplished Success Coach, Speaker, and host of the Frickin' Awesome Entrepreneur podcast. As well as the brand new podcast, Making The List. She’s the author of the book, From Frustrated to Frickin' Awesome: 4 Steps to Achieve the Success You're Wired For.
More than anything else she's an exceedingly proud wife and mother of two. She loves helping others discover how to own their perfect lopsidedness and learn to have it all.
I love that we get to talk about how anti-racism work relates to business and what we can be doing in our everyday lives to make a difference. This episode feels really important. What we are doing and how we are responding to the things that are currently happening in our world is very important. So dive in with us.
Connect with Alissa:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaireSuccessCoaching/
- Website: http://daire2succeed.com/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daire2succeed/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/daire2succeed
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dairesuccesscoaching
- Get a copy of Alissa's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Alissa-Daire-Nelson/e/B06XY9P93J
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