That's what the great philosopher Kelly Clarkson said. And she's right!
Today, I want to talk about something extremely important: getting canceled. Nobody wants to get canceled and today, with the way the internet works, it's possible that it could happen to any one of us. No matter what size platform you have, people are watching you like a hawk, waiting to catch you slipping up.
I know that idea strikes fear in some of you. Heck, I was scared of it too! But then something happened - I got canceled.
Maybe you haven't heard about it yet, but I'm not going to shy away from it. You guys know me. I'm not about secrets. So we're going to talk about what happened, why I got canceled, what it was like, how I handled it, and how it changed me.
I'm not going to let what happened make me smaller. I'm going to let it make me braver.
Here are the episode highlights:
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There are a lot of reasons why female entrepreneurs can be afraid of showing up online. When you put yourself online you are opening yourself up to a whole new kind of vulnerability. It's easy for people to forget that behind our screens are real people with real feelings and they can start to say some pretty hurtful things.
Nobody wants to be canceled - but we can't let fear stop us from showing up as our authentic selves and serving others. For this episode, I sat down with my friend Sarah Pendrick, the creator of Girl Talk. Sarah and I have both been doing our thing on the internet for a while and have gotten our fair share of social media bullying. But I think Sarah is a pro at looking a difficult situation in the eye and rising above it.
In this episode, we talk about tackling...