43 min

Coonoor Behal- I Quit! The Life Affirming Joy of Giving Up! Episode 47 Conversations With Warrior Women Podcast

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Are you a quitter? Well you may want to be after you hear this podcast! Join us as innovation strategist and author Connoor Behal tells us why quitting what is no longer serving you can be an act of generosity. We are talking about reframing the shame, negativity and misconceptions of quitting and ask you “who are you NOT quitting for?!”

Mindhatch Links/Social Media:
Website: www.mindhatchllc.com 
Twitter: twitter.com/mindhatchllc (@mindhatchllc)
IG: instagram.com/mindhatch_llc (@mindhatch_llc)
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/mindhatch
Facebook: facebook.com/mindhatch
YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCMdTK3JCBbYQIf0XLpkp9Cg

“I Quit! The Life-Affirming Joy of Giving Up” Book Links:
Website: iquitbook.com
Hashtag: #IQuitBook

Coonoor’s Links:
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/coonoorbehal

Guest Bio:
Coonoor Behal is the CEO and FOUNDER of Mindhatch is a creative consultancy that helps businesses and organizations get better results with creative methods. We believe insights drive results and the best insights come from people - your team and your customers. Through design thinking, improvisation, and facilitation, we help organizations solve complex business problems, introduce customer value, and improve performance. Our customized experiences mobilize teams to spur collective creativity, innovation and above all – actionable results.

Coonoor wrote the highly anticipated book:
“I Quit! The Life- Affirming Joy of Giving Up!”
Quitting carries a lot of stigma and shame in society, with connotations of “failure” or “not being able to stick it out” prevailing. Sayings such as “Quitters never win” have tricked us into believing that maintaining the status quo is always the “right” thing to do...or is the less risky choice. In fact, in life it’s a risk if you do AND it’s a risk if you don’t. Quitting is a choice...but so is not quitting.

This book is a collection of stories of everyday, real people and how they summoned the courage to quit things in their lives. Stories include quitting: jobs and careers, people and relationships, habits, aspirations, and identities. Every story shows an individual batting but ultimately triumphing over expectations - their own and others’ - to quit what was no longer serving them and make greater progress toward what they want in life.

Are you a quitter? Well you may want to be after you hear this podcast! Join us as innovation strategist and author Connoor Behal tells us why quitting what is no longer serving you can be an act of generosity. We are talking about reframing the shame, negativity and misconceptions of quitting and ask you “who are you NOT quitting for?!”

Mindhatch Links/Social Media:
Website: www.mindhatchllc.com 
Twitter: twitter.com/mindhatchllc (@mindhatchllc)
IG: instagram.com/mindhatch_llc (@mindhatch_llc)
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/mindhatch
Facebook: facebook.com/mindhatch
YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCMdTK3JCBbYQIf0XLpkp9Cg

“I Quit! The Life-Affirming Joy of Giving Up” Book Links:
Website: iquitbook.com
Hashtag: #IQuitBook

Coonoor’s Links:
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/coonoorbehal

Guest Bio:
Coonoor Behal is the CEO and FOUNDER of Mindhatch is a creative consultancy that helps businesses and organizations get better results with creative methods. We believe insights drive results and the best insights come from people - your team and your customers. Through design thinking, improvisation, and facilitation, we help organizations solve complex business problems, introduce customer value, and improve performance. Our customized experiences mobilize teams to spur collective creativity, innovation and above all – actionable results.

Coonoor wrote the highly anticipated book:
“I Quit! The Life- Affirming Joy of Giving Up!”
Quitting carries a lot of stigma and shame in society, with connotations of “failure” or “not being able to stick it out” prevailing. Sayings such as “Quitters never win” have tricked us into believing that maintaining the status quo is always the “right” thing to do...or is the less risky choice. In fact, in life it’s a risk if you do AND it’s a risk if you don’t. Quitting is a choice...but so is not quitting.

This book is a collection of stories of everyday, real people and how they summoned the courage to quit things in their lives. Stories include quitting: jobs and careers, people and relationships, habits, aspirations, and identities. Every story shows an individual batting but ultimately triumphing over expectations - their own and others’ - to quit what was no longer serving them and make greater progress toward what they want in life.

43 min