Nov 29, 2021
When it comes to women-owned businesses, oftentimes we take on everything, and are afraid or unable to delegate tasks. This hesitancy leads us to being the jack of all trades which can prevent us from putting time and energy into scaling and evolving our business. While it might seem scary to take the leap, our guest shares why as women, in order to grow you have to learn even if some of those lessons come from failure.
In today’s episode, I am talking to Allison Walsh, a two-time CEO with over 15 years of organizational leadership, mentorship and coaching experience, the host of two podcasts, and has been named Orlando Business Journal's 40 under 40. Allison equips up-and-coming leading ladies with the skills needed to set their own bars high, while consistently reaping the rewards of hard work.
During our conversation, Allison sheds light on how behavioral psychology is using the tech industry to create apps and resources around mental wellness. She also explains what it takes to run a business, why success can sometimes be a lonely ride and why the state of “analysis paralysis” and perfectionism can get in the way of getting amazing projects off of the shelf and into the world.
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