Getting fired can be a good thing, it doesn’t have to be viewed as a failure. Yesterday I posted the question on Facebook several people commented and liked the post, Brandie Mcghee draw a comparison between being fired and getting a divorce.
I’ve been fired and laid off from a job in my past and I’ve quit. When it happened I was devastated, embarrassed, angry. I knew he was out to get me. He had tried for months, working for a homophobic racist narcissist wasn’t.
I was never one for brown nosing or ass kissing, I knew my days were numbered, but I determined not to quit. Staying was more stressful. Working in a hostile work environment is not fun, you’re constantly walking on eggshells. When your leader usurps you’re authority it cripples you, it deteriorates morale. In retrospect it was as a gift.
Oh yeah I haven't mentioned my Ko-fi page. The launching of my Ko-fi page is me embracing my talents, this is me walking in my purpose, this is me taking the leap, acknowledging that what I'm doing is providing a valuable service for the audience, the guest and the sponsors. BTW Podcast is a business.
I took the leap 4years ago to drive for Uber/Lyft Full-time, so I could have the flexibility to devote to building BTW Podcast. Ko-fi is platform that will allow entrepreneurs/business owners to sponsor an episode PRE, MID or POST roll, it also allows you to buy me a cup of coffee.
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