1. Episode 28 - Andrea Pass - Nd When I Graduated, I Walked in There, Right in New York City, I Walked Into Cbs Television, It's the Late 1980s and They Said to Me, Okay, You're a Woman. You Have to Take a Typing Test Drew Deraney 31:55

This episode: Yeah, and quite honestly, for your listeners, if you are experiencing a bully boss, it’s not you. It’s them. Get the experience, hold your head up high and then leave and be successful. And that’s what I did. He was someone that I knew from a prior PR firm and He then started his own agency. And so I reached out he hired me on the spot and I started a few days later and I stayed for eight and a half years. 


To learn more about Andrea, go to LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-pass/ or you can go to Andrea’s website at https://www.andreapasspr.com/.


Andrea Pass Bio: Andrea Pass creates and implements public relations campaigns in a wide range of categories including consumer products, lifestyle, business-to-business, education, health/wellness/fitness, beauty, food, authors, non-profits and more. Andrea Pass Public Relations (www.AndreaPassPR.com) has an expertise in national, regional and local media relations outreach. Her strength in relationships coupled with her knowledge of the ever-growing media base results in securing top tier, targeted media placements to increase brand awareness, reputation management and sales for established businesses and growing entrepreneurs alike.

Andrea Pass serves on the Board of Directors of the non-profit United Inventors Association (UIA) and Workshop Council Chair for The Performance-Driven Marketing Institute (PDMI)/. She is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) and has created the webinar series “Resonate to Revenue.” Pass is also the Founder of Access Success Networking. She is a frequent guest speaker at events as well as on podcasts.

Drew Deraney Mindset Mastery Coach (Life Coach with a Twist)

Drew Deraney now travels the world both to Live and Virtual Events showing mostly men the steps needed to strengthen self-identity and self-worth, to overcome self-limiting beliefs, and to build confidence while being authentic, maintaining boundaries and to transcend people pleasing skills to become the person they are destined to be. Drew challenges them to reach deep inside and make a lasting impact.

In a 9-month span, Drew experienced a grueling divorce, job loss, his son’s suicidal ideations, and his father’s death which devastated Drew emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. It is a commonality for men to consider any challenge as a weakness as well as to show emotion and ask for help. While writing his book, Drew realized he was not the only man suffering in silence. With more clarity of purpose than ever, he began asking for help. Drew Deraney’s mission is to help especially men, release their inner greatness by showing vulnerability, keeping in integrity of their power, and making a great impact on the people in their lives both personally and professionally.

Drew Deraney was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ where he still lives to this day caring for his elderly mom and his 3 adult children Matthew, Nicholas, and Emma. Drew earned his B.A. in Psychology, M.A. in Applied Psychology, and two psychology research publications while at Fairfield University; a scholarship from the Healthcare Financial Management Association; and his M.B.A. in Health Care Administration from Baruch College / Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NY. His hospital career spanned 24 years where he was co-chair of the Leadership Institute, spoke at JD Power, was one of three leaders interviewed by The Commonwealth Fund, received his Communicating with Empathy Trainer certification and is a Certified Patient Experience Professional. Four years ago, Drew founded Profit Compassion LLC, an entity to coach and empower mostly men to create resiliency and authenticity as Chief Resilience Officer. Drew is the podcast host of ‘From Caving in to Crushing It’ and recently became a best-selling author with his book ‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’ - Memoir of a reformed People Pleaser.