49 min

101: The Introverted Activist | Lisa Hurley The Leadership Enigma

    • Society & Culture

Lisa Hurley is a writer, TV host, Podcaster and Activist. We met when both of us were separately featured in Podcaster Inc Magazine. As soon as I heard Lisa's story, this episode became a priority. We are two totally different people who share a passion for trying to add value and positivity in the world. Our curiosity allows us to see our commonality and human spirit for positive change. Lisa explains how she deals with being an introvert, and how she created her podcast, The Introverted Sisters to stay connected to her sister in Barbados during the global pandemic. However, her purpose to speak up at injustice became too strong for her introversion after the murder of George Floyd. That day became a moment in time when we all asked ourselves some profound questions. What do we stand for in the world? How can we be a force for good? How can we be an ally to each other and leverage our collective to lead an inclusive life? How can our innate human curiosity serve our ability to understand what we don't know? This was an episode that was created by chance and served to prove how strangers become friends one conversation at a time. 
Watch & Subscribe: 👀 https://www.youtube.com/@theleadersenigma/videos
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www.leadersenigma.com

Lisa Hurley is a writer, TV host, Podcaster and Activist. We met when both of us were separately featured in Podcaster Inc Magazine. As soon as I heard Lisa's story, this episode became a priority. We are two totally different people who share a passion for trying to add value and positivity in the world. Our curiosity allows us to see our commonality and human spirit for positive change. Lisa explains how she deals with being an introvert, and how she created her podcast, The Introverted Sisters to stay connected to her sister in Barbados during the global pandemic. However, her purpose to speak up at injustice became too strong for her introversion after the murder of George Floyd. That day became a moment in time when we all asked ourselves some profound questions. What do we stand for in the world? How can we be a force for good? How can we be an ally to each other and leverage our collective to lead an inclusive life? How can our innate human curiosity serve our ability to understand what we don't know? This was an episode that was created by chance and served to prove how strangers become friends one conversation at a time. 
Watch & Subscribe: 👀 https://www.youtube.com/@theleadersenigma/videos
Listen & Subscribe: 🎙️ https://open.spotify.com/show/5NSnRyHzPmyY5OWhGzKU5P
www.leadersenigma.com

49 min

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