Do you find yourself feeling one sided while among a certain group of people that only know you as the person you used to be? Now that we have added an extra layer of success to ourselves, we have to break those expectations and start seeing things from different perspectives.
The shame that comes right before the success of many entrepreneurs is embedded within our perception of how we view the complexities of our lives while we work towards our goals. Although we understand that success
isn’t over night and there will be a curvy and often steep road others view our endeavors as less socially acceptable. For example, when someone asks you about your business venture, the first thing they ask is, “How much money have you made?” Versus, the socially acceptable action, attending college, people ask, “How is school going?” They never ask about your failures like they do with entrepreneurs. With perspective we find that both situations offer valuable learning experiences, but I have to tell you with my 12+ years in college, I learned way more in the first 6-8 months of being an entrepreneur.
Joe Pardo joins us today as we talk about adding perspective to his family business, his past life experiences and going and being Super Joe without shame. Joe Pardo proves when you work for something that you are passionate about, you don’t have to try and be super, it just comes with the territory.
Join in on the conversation as we learn to #shaketheshame as entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders....
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