1 hr 3 min

001 Moment: You realize you can innovate your way to influence (guest: Karen Worstell Pt.1‪)‬ Moments That Make Us with Clint Davis

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Clint Davis with guest: Karen Worstell (Pt.1)

001 Moment: You realize you can innovate your way to influence



Takeaways (Ai):


Entering the corporate space as a woman in the late 1980s came with challenges, including a pay differential and a hostile workplace.


Karen Worstell focused on proving herself and seizing opportunities to work on new and innovative projects.


Controlling what you can and not dwelling on things outside of your control is important for personal growth and success.


Systemic issues still exist for women in tech, and there is a need for women to be visible and recognized for their competencies and capabilities. There are different rules and behaviors that women often adapt to in order to navigate a male-dominated workplace.


Awareness of these differences is important in order to create a more inclusive and equal workplace.


Preserving family history and storytelling helps us understand who we are and where we come from.


Appreciating and knowing our loved ones while they are still alive is crucial.



Connect with Karen Worstell:

https://www.karenworstell.com/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenworstell/



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Please share this episode with friends and rate the pod, appreciate it!

⁠Discover the Capsll app here

Clint Davis with guest: Karen Worstell (Pt.1)

001 Moment: You realize you can innovate your way to influence



Takeaways (Ai):


Entering the corporate space as a woman in the late 1980s came with challenges, including a pay differential and a hostile workplace.


Karen Worstell focused on proving herself and seizing opportunities to work on new and innovative projects.


Controlling what you can and not dwelling on things outside of your control is important for personal growth and success.


Systemic issues still exist for women in tech, and there is a need for women to be visible and recognized for their competencies and capabilities. There are different rules and behaviors that women often adapt to in order to navigate a male-dominated workplace.


Awareness of these differences is important in order to create a more inclusive and equal workplace.


Preserving family history and storytelling helps us understand who we are and where we come from.


Appreciating and knowing our loved ones while they are still alive is crucial.



Connect with Karen Worstell:

https://www.karenworstell.com/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenworstell/



Thanks for listening!

Please share this episode with friends and rate the pod, appreciate it!

⁠Discover the Capsll app here

1 hr 3 min

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