46 min

Ep 26: Shelley Winner - A Winners Story, from prison to tech giant Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite & Enabling Superheroes

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In today's episode, I speak with Shelley Winner, who found out just before starting her prison sentence for drug dealing that she was pregnant. The federal government had a 10-year sentence in mind, but through Shelley's grit and determination in less than 10 years from that date, she now works successfully for one of the largest global tech giants.

Shelley was stuck in a losers loop, the only way out was through a complete transformation. Her story is the foundation we need to build on. That incredible minds suffer from a loop imposed on them by a poor system and are based on if they were lucky or unlucky enough to be born into a safe environment or a dangerous one. 

She is the proof, that educations reform works and that investing in people as early as possible can transform the value they add to society.

Neurodiversity is the last frontier of diversity and inclusion and it includes everybody! Even those who have been to prison and served their sentence.  







Love the intro music... High Contrast: Music is Everything

In today's episode, I speak with Shelley Winner, who found out just before starting her prison sentence for drug dealing that she was pregnant. The federal government had a 10-year sentence in mind, but through Shelley's grit and determination in less than 10 years from that date, she now works successfully for one of the largest global tech giants.

Shelley was stuck in a losers loop, the only way out was through a complete transformation. Her story is the foundation we need to build on. That incredible minds suffer from a loop imposed on them by a poor system and are based on if they were lucky or unlucky enough to be born into a safe environment or a dangerous one. 

She is the proof, that educations reform works and that investing in people as early as possible can transform the value they add to society.

Neurodiversity is the last frontier of diversity and inclusion and it includes everybody! Even those who have been to prison and served their sentence.  







Love the intro music... High Contrast: Music is Everything

46 min