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99 – Defying Labels: Pathways to Success for Every Learner

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Have you ever felt boxed in by labels from your past? In this episode of ‘The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Business,’ we explore the inspiring journey of Rhonda Parker Taylor, who transformed her academic challenges into a story of success. Discover how embracing your unique learning style can lead to unimaginable achievements.

Join us as we delve into an empowering conversation with Rhonda Parker Taylor, an entrepreneur, academic researcher, and author who defied the odds stacked against her. From the setbacks of failing kindergarten to achieving a doctorate in business, Rhonda’s journey is a testament to the power of perseverance and self-belief. Throughout the episode, she shares how early educational challenges and labels shaped her path, teaching us valuable lessons about Resilience and the importance of defining success on our own terms.

Rhonda discusses the critical role of mentors and the transformative impact of learning to embrace one’s individual strengths rather than conforming to conventional expectations. She also dives into her approach to overcoming personal and professional obstacles, emphasizing the significance of self-reflection and intentional growth. This episode is not just about academic achievements; it’s about rewriting your narrative, overcoming the “stories” you’ve been told about yourself, and emerging stronger on the other side.

Whether you’re struggling with labels, searching for motivation, or just need a reminder of what’s possible, Rhonda’s insights will inspire you to take charge of your story and carve out your own path to success. Don’t miss this compelling episode of ‘The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Business,’ where we learn that the true measure of success is how you bounce back from failure and redefine what achievement means to you.

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About Catryn Becker

Catryn Becker, a former corporate engineer turned mentor, guides women dreaming of entrepreneurship. Overcoming her own initial fears, she now helps others navigate the leap into business ownership through a supportive community that offers crucial tools and connections. Catryn hosts the award-winning podcast “The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Business,” delivers talks on global stages, and is a co-author of an international best-selling book on Amazon about the art of surrender. Recognized with the Pursuit of Personal Excellence Award by the Los Angeles Tribune, Catryn champions a vision of success focused on happiness and self-connection.

About Rhonda Parker Taylor

Rhonda Parker Taylor is an American writer, entrepreneur, and academic researcher. Rhonda’s diverse writing spans from educational works to fiction, and she is well-known for her research on emotional intelligence. Her academic achievements extend to being a prominent leader presented at the United Nations Global Compact Committee. Her debut novel, “Crossroads,” a suspenseful masterpiece, was released in February 2023. Endorsed by bestselling author J.J. Hebert and Golden Globe-nominated actress Mariel Hemingway, the novel has been hailed as a captivating crime thriller that keeps readers intrigued from start to finish.

Catryn Becker People Optimization Specialist

Catryn Becker is a dynamic and purpose-driven professional with a strong commitment to making a positive impact in the world. With a background in environmental engineering and a specialization in business strategy, Catryn possesses a unique blend of technical expertise and strategic acumen that allows her to navigate complex challenges and drive meaningful change.

Throughout her career, Catryn has consistently demonstrated her ability to guide organizations in making informed decisions regarding environmental sustainability, health, safety, and culture. As an MBA graduate from SDA Bocconi, Catryn honed her strategic thinking and leadership skills, while also developing a keen appreciation for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Her ability to forge strong relationships and build diverse networks has been instrumental in driving change and fostering collaboration.

A thought leader in the field of mental resiliency and mindset, Catryn has spoken on stage with basketball coach Phil Jackson, actors Kiefer Sutherland from 24 and Cole Hauser from Yellowstone as well as many billionaires and top business owners, She also hosts a business podcasts, contributes regularly on a local television network, and is an international best-selling author.

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