Podcast on life after a traumatic brain injury with Winnie Anderson
Winnie Anderson had me at “Corporate Escapee.” That term alone was enough for me to want to learn all from her that I could. Little did I realize, at least at first, how deeply rewarding my time with her would be, rendering the definition of that enticing term well down the list of things I find most interesting about this dynamic person.
When I first reached out to her, I didn’t know that Winnie was navigating life after a traumatic brain injury. Not that it would have mattered to me either way, but hearing the story of what she’s had to overcome makes her an even more inspiring example.
Winnie is, among other things, the creator and host of a podcast called the “Let’s Talk Tech Show.” On its own merit, the show is terrific; a treasure-trove of easily digestible resources for anyone looking to navigate the word of entrepreneurship, especially as it relates to the use of technology. But once you learn more about Winnie’s journey, you’ll come to appreciate her efforts even more.
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Winnie left the American corporate culture twice: once by choice, and once by circumstances beyond her control. Guess which one stuck?
I’m not going to say too much else about it here, because she does such a wonderful job of sharing the necessary details of her journey in our conversation. And it will be impossible for you not to come away with a deeper appreciation of what someone goes through with life after a traumatic brain injury.
Some of the key things that jumped out at me from my time with Winnie included:
- How we tend to attach labels to our identity, too often defining what we do as who we are. And we then set ourselves up to struggle when these labels inevitably change, whether it be through career, relationships, health, or all of the above.
- How the most significant challenges in your life can become some of your greatest gifts.
- Pride (or Ego, if you like) and how it can hold us back from doing what we love, asking the questions we want to ask, or taking the steps necessary toward living the life we really want to live.
Sharing time with Winnie Anderson was a complete delight and a master class in hope, resilience, creativity, accountability and positive action. Winnie is the embodiment of why I take the time to produce this podcast. Her detailed descriptions of life after a traumatic brain injury leave me feeling humbled and inspired.
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Kevin Bulmer is a Strategic Marketing and Mindset Coach and Keynote Speaker and founder of No Schedule Man Brand Media. He is the producer and host of the momondays London inspirational event series, strategic marketing coach for Awesomepreneurs and host of the podcast, “Journeys with the No Schedule Man.”
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