Boundaries, Feedback, Abundance: How to Navigate & Stand In Your Privilege with Jessica HurleyGuilty Privilege

Boundaries, Feedback, Abundance: How to Navigate & Stand In Your Privilege with Jessica Hurley

Welcome back to Guilty Privilege. In this episode, Amber is joined by the visionary co-founder behind EPYC Media Network and host of the Rich In Real Life podcast, Jessica Hurley.

Join Amber and Jessica as they delve into personal growth and professional development, the crucial significance of setting boundaries, and mastering the art of saying "no" to safeguard your well-being and attract more abundance. Both also emphasize the acceptance of imperfections and moments of unhappiness as catalysts for progress and highlight the power of feedback in nurturing personal and professional advancement as they exchange insights and actionable tips on delivering constructive feedback with empathy and support.

Join Jessica and Amber as they delve into becoming a better individual by fostering awareness, building meaningful connections with others, and recognizing the unseen aspects of life.

KEY POINTS:

  • On learning to say “no” and set boundaries
  • Difference between discomfort and misalignment in personal growth
  • Common challenges of high achievers
  • On embracing imperfection and unhappiness in life
  • The importance of feedback in personal and professional growth
  • Ways to give constructive feedback in a supportive manner
  • The value of awareness and connection in building multicultural relationships
  • Privilege and stereotypes in various environments

QUOTABLES:

“This is a circumstance where I am putting myself in a position to evolve or am I being eroded. Like this is one or the other… because evolution is uncomfortable.” – Amber Cabral

“You don't have to sacrifice yourself to get the thing that you want. But you need to be clear about the thing that you want.” – Jessica Hurley

“My biggest thing about giving feedback is the same as it is with like showing up as an ally or building relationships. I think you need to be able to read the room. And some people are better at it than others, but you can grow in that space by practicing it.” – Amber Cabral

GUEST RESOURCES

Jessica Hurley

IG | @jessicahurley__

Amber Cabral

IG | @bamcabral

LinkedIn | @ambercabral

Facebook | @amber.cabral

Twitter | @BamCabral

Watch Amber’s TED TALK episode here.

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I took away so much from this episode. The biggest is recognizing our true enemy. Also, equity is about choices. We have them and we can choose how to use our privilege.

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