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Ep. 41, The Truth About Asking for Help and... Hint: It’s NOT a Weakness!

Host & Creator, Natalie Viglione

 

Special episode with NEW CO-HOST Diane McDermott

· Podcast Episode,Disrupt Your Biz

Asking for help is STRENGTH. It is NOT a weakness. It means you are vulnerable, it is humility and those two things a person MUST have in this life so that life is created from a non-egoic space.

So, asking for help isn’t a weakness at all: it’s an invitation for collaboration and creativity beyond what any of us could do alone. That doesn’t mean it’s ever easy, but the brilliance and expansive potential are worth it every damn time.

From Natalie Viglione: When I got a big slap in the face with a syndrome last year, I came to a bit of a screeching HALT. During that hardship, I wanted to drop this podcast SO MANY TIMES and something in my heart screamed NO! So I listened.

Upon my move to Charlotte from New York City, I’ve found some AMAZING souls, like Diane McDermott, from Episode #36 (go take a listen to that one here). She and I met for a BIG reason, not just a “we’re going to be friends” kind of reason. It’s bigger than that.

Welcome to our first CO-HOSTED podcast recording of many. In this episode you’ll hear:

  • Why asking for help is a brilliant step for anyone, but most especially for business owners

  • What this allowance for help can do in your life - it brings the magic!

  • Where the Disrupt Now Podcast is going from here

  • Why the theme of ALLOWING supports evolution while SETTING BOUNDARIES leads to your ability to refine your journey so you can create it YOUR way

  • And more!

From Diane McDermott: Every single conversation we have weaves together raw, messy, laughter, joy, heartfelt and sincere conversation, depth beyond belief and an intense focus on growth plus radically disrupting in so many ways.

Thank you for listening!

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