I finally hit publish on the podcast I’ve been planning to launch since this time last year. The Rulebreaker Podcast. Except the first episode looks a lot different after 2020.
My goal for this podcast is to help and encourage you to make your own rules and so that you can live YOUR dream life – not someone else’s idea of a dream life. I promise to always be real and #[hashtag]NoFilter – I want to share the raw, the uncomfortable and the messy journey to real growth. I want to help you smash your limiting beliefs, expand your horizons and design a life beyond your wildest dreams.
Just like everyone, 2020 was supposed to be THE YEAR. I had so many plans, so many goals. But unlike everyone, I got a huge detour sign mid-January when I got an email from a journalist, Jessica Silver-Greenberg, at The New York Times.
If you don’t know, earlier this year I contributed to a New York Times article that exposed the toxic culture created by Les Wexner and Ed Razek inside Victoria’s Secret headquarters.
To be honest, I knew the day would come when I would get this email. It was only a matter of time that someone would catch on to the toxic culture and harassment inside the headquarters at Victoria’s Secret.
I went on record with the The New York Times for many reasons. But the story I really want to share with you is the one where I finally decided to choose myself, my values and my boundaries over anyone else’s. I want to share this story with you because I want you to make your own rules too.