In this episode, we invite value-driven entrepreneur and creator of digital community Memconnect, Netta Dobbins, to share her personal career transition journey with us and drop some knowledge on navigating and thriving in the workplace as a person of color.
Find out more about how she made her career transition, and how she organically turned a digital community into a full-blown business. Kimberly and Netta also chat about dealing with imposter syndrome, handling racism in the workplace, as well as future projects and opportunities at Memconnect!
“Go for what you want, not for what you think you can get.”
“If it doesn't scare me a little bit then it's not big enough.”
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This episode was like having a conversation with friends. Friends who have been in the trenches with you and understand corporate life.I am embarking on a new work from home morning routine and liked how Kimberly and Tara talked about having a plan but going with the flow. Some days I need coffee before mindfulness… it’s my routine I can do what feels right!Thanks ladies!
This is not a podcast you can listen to while cruising or running errands. Kimberly drops so many FREE gems in each episode, you’ll regret not having something to jot them down. If you’ve been feeling complacent in your career or lacking in vision, her tools are guaranteed to reignite purpose and acceleration to your drive. Your Next Move is the empowerment and advising I didn’t know I needed until now. I can’t wait until the book comes out. Thank you, Kimberly!!lol
Kimberly shares her honest opinions and best advice on managing your career. Her delivery is direct, concise and easy to follow. Loved her episode with Ariel and their thoughts on burnout. A must listen!
Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.