45 min

330: Telling the Important Stories with Oksana Kukurudza Break Your Bullsh*t Box

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Today's Guest: Oksana Kukurudza
Oksana Kukurudza is a Ukrainian American author and management consultant living in New York City. She is a first-generation American, born to Ukrainian immigrant parents, and is the youngest of twelve siblings. Through her work, Oksana spent eighteen months in Ukraine. Inspired by the events of the Russo-Ukraine War and her own parents’ story of surviving slave camps of the Third Reich during WWII, Oksana is writing her first major literary work.
Episode Quotes:

"I graduated in 93' when companies were making it clear that a graduate degree was necessary. Now I think it's skill set and your ability to adapt and learn quickly." -Oksana Kukurudza
"We tend to process external opinions internally. It takes adjusting your mindset to realize how odd that is." -Amber Fuhriman

"I had to write this book because it was a story that needed to be told." -Oksana Kukurudza "Even if I never step foot in a courtroom again, being an attorney gave me a skillset. That is what I value most about that experience." -Amber Fuhriman
Find Amber on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amberraefuhriman

Oksana Kukurudza:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/oksana-kukurudza
https://www.instagram.com/okukurudza2
If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com.
Connect with other incredible people looking to break out of the corporate mindset by joining the Facebook Success Center: http://bit.ly/2MuWn53
Checkout Amber's Speaker Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPj5OBvjrr0
Schedule a connection call with Amber: https://calendly.com/amberfuhriman/connection-call?month=2021-05
If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Today's Guest: Oksana Kukurudza
Oksana Kukurudza is a Ukrainian American author and management consultant living in New York City. She is a first-generation American, born to Ukrainian immigrant parents, and is the youngest of twelve siblings. Through her work, Oksana spent eighteen months in Ukraine. Inspired by the events of the Russo-Ukraine War and her own parents’ story of surviving slave camps of the Third Reich during WWII, Oksana is writing her first major literary work.
Episode Quotes:

"I graduated in 93' when companies were making it clear that a graduate degree was necessary. Now I think it's skill set and your ability to adapt and learn quickly." -Oksana Kukurudza
"We tend to process external opinions internally. It takes adjusting your mindset to realize how odd that is." -Amber Fuhriman

"I had to write this book because it was a story that needed to be told." -Oksana Kukurudza "Even if I never step foot in a courtroom again, being an attorney gave me a skillset. That is what I value most about that experience." -Amber Fuhriman
Find Amber on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amberraefuhriman

Oksana Kukurudza:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/oksana-kukurudza
https://www.instagram.com/okukurudza2
If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com.
Connect with other incredible people looking to break out of the corporate mindset by joining the Facebook Success Center: http://bit.ly/2MuWn53
Checkout Amber's Speaker Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPj5OBvjrr0
Schedule a connection call with Amber: https://calendly.com/amberfuhriman/connection-call?month=2021-05
If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

45 min