237: Jessica Pettitt: A Lady More Than Good Enough Now

jessica-pettittTodays guest is a lady who is inspired to take bold action everyday to inspire everyone that she meets, to want to take action too.

Do the scary things that hold us back from greatness?

Challenge the status quo, and find better ways to live for not just yourself, but the communities around you?

Accept diversity as the magic that makes this planet the wonderful and fascinating place that we live.

She brings 10+ years in Student Affairs, 5+ years of national consulting work, and 2+ years of stand up comedy into her life everyday as part of her mission to inspire change, dismantle oppression, and recognize our privilege.

Through teaching, writing and facilitating tough conversations, she has figured out how to be the change she wants to be, and is now ready to teach others how to do the same.

So when did she realise that there was a need in her to stand up and state “I am social justice” which just happens to the name of her blog too!

And does she see a changing in opinions and attitudes throughout the world, as we look to accept who we are and more importantly who others are too?

Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Jessica Pettitt.

Show Highlights

During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:

How she rejects customers that she doesn’t feel are a good fit for her business, which is a realisation that so many new entrepreneurs will fail to grasp but makes so much difference to your happiness.

How she considers life to be like riding two horses at the same time…..it might be unstable but you need to control both to get to where you are going.

Why it made such an impact in her to see her fathers friends being so open and vulnerable as to their issues when she was a child.

How she likes the concept of living your life backwards…reversing engineering to gain the success that we all want.

And lastly……

Why she believes that we should try to only control the things in our lives that we can do something about, and just let the others pass us by.

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