I'm absolutely thrilled to introduce you to an amazing guest in today’s episode - Sherrell Dorsey, tech innovation journalist and the incredible founder of The Plug. Here’s the thing, she's not just your run-of-the-mill founder and author; she's a true powerhouse. She's a data and storytelling expert and hosts the Road to Reinvention podcast. But let me tell you, the reason Sherrell's here today isn't just because of her impressive list of accomplishments – it's because she's an incredible human being. You can Google her to find all the gold stars, but what truly sets her apart is her inspiring journey of impact and reinvention. Today, we're going to dive deep into the concept of purposeful impact and how to embrace change along the way – something I believe is incredibly important for all of you tuning in.
Tune in to hear how Sherell is gracefully navigating her path of reinvention, and discover some valuable lessons about living intentionally, practicing self-care, and building authentic connections in our ever-changing world. Sherell gets real about her recent decision to step down from her own company and dive headfirst into the thrilling journey of self-discovery. She shares how she's redefining success in her life, focusing on deeper connections and acts of kindness. Sherell's story is a big reminder that success isn't just about the fancy titles; it's also about the love we give and receive. So, grab a comfy seat and join us for this heartwarming conversation.
“I realized I don’t want to be a costume of myself.” - Sherrell Dorsey
“It doesn't have to be that you have to make this massive pivot or do this entire 360 or ditch everything you've built. Sometimes it's just about, with what I have, how can I be more intentional?” - Jessica Hurley
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I loved this last episode!! I’m sure there are many people listening who struggled with having a relationship with God, or don’t know where to start or think they have to be perfect to come to him.. but really God wants us in all our mess! Trust! I’ve been there growing up in church it’s a struggle! but having God in my life is better then going without him I’ve tried it my way and it never works! God always give us what we want so we can truly see it wasn’t what we REALLY wanted! As I’m listening I’m like where is my Hillary! Or am I her? Lol Having a sister in Christ to go to things with or discuss is probably the most encouraging thing to have! But at times God will have us in seasons as he did David in the Bible where he encouraged himself to get through! Keep going up J! 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾
Jessica’s personal stories inspire and motivate me to push through my stranded phase. She always secures the most interesting guests and does a fantastic job sharing their stories. Look forward to listening every week!
Mannnnnnnnn was today’s episode something I needed to hear in my soul!!! Jessica’s podcast makes you feel as though you are not alone. You aren’t crazy and you just have to move past and get over the hurdle!I’ve listened to a few of the episodes and each time it’s been a message I needed to hear!!!Ensure you’re subscribe and listening because if not you’re missing out for sure. Such an amazing human!
Absolutely loved this episode! My takeaway from this episode basically confirms what I already knew to be true. We only have one person to blame for where we are- ourselves! Changing your life requires you to take personal accountability. Period. I appreciate you giving it to us straight, Jessica!