The Best Thing Podcast with Entrepreneur, Author and Coach Darrah Brustein

Episode 7 – Darrah Brustein

How Losing A Job Can Lead To Success

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In this episode of The Best Thing podcast, I talk to entrepreneur and author, Darrah Brustein about the best thing to ever happen to her that would never appear on a resume, bio or come up in a conversation.

Darrah is the cofounder of Equitable Payments and also Network Under 40. A writer, Darrah is the author of a kid’s book on financial literacy and she also writes for Forbes and has interviewed people like Deepak Chopra, Jillian Michaels and Seth Godin. In this powerful conversation, Darrah shares how getting laid off from multiple jobs transformed her life.

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Quick Episode Summary

  • The best thing that has happened to Darrah
  • Why you should bet on yourself
  • Just because you are good at something doesn’t mean you should be doing it
  • What Darrah did when her family resisted her entrepreneurial journey
  • Just keep going
  • How to overcome your “what if thoughts”
  • Living victoriously
  • Building community and networks
  • Inspiration-able
  • “How to” content with Darrah

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