1 hr 9 min

Race, Class, and Sisterhood: How to build your anti-racist arsenal with Nicole Trick Steinbach ShiftGasm - Get Yo‘ Shift Together!

    • Self-Improvement

"This system was built by people. So people can change it."


Nicole and I had an amazing authentic conversation regarding racism, relationships, and what each of us can do to truly develop into anti-racist.


If you are stuck and do not know what to do right now to be better bridges, supporters, connectors and to locate your starting point to begin your journey of healing and understanding anti-racist ideals then this episode is going to resonant with you on so many levels. 


According to Nicole, the first thing is that if it's not making you sweat, if it's not making you uncomfortable, it's not enough.During this episode Nicole shares several strategic strategies she implemented to kick-start her anti-racist journey. 


Meet Nicole Trick Steinbach


Nicole Trick Steinbach is a global career coach and change management consultant. She is known for inspiring change through deep connections, brave insights, and radical responsibility. She’s worked in over 25 countries and lived in Europe for over 13 years before the mountains of Colorado called her name.


Nicole’s coaching includes building the skill of bravery so that her clients create the careers of their biggest dreams. Her clients have lived in over 30 countries and have accomplished goals are varied as accepting executive positions, doubling their income, breaking six figures before 30, relocating globally, and the power to step into dreams that were hidden for so many years.


Please LIKE, TELL A FRIEND, and REVIEW Walking Through Glass: The Podcast on Apple Podcast. Thanks in advance.


Link Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walking-through-glass-the-podcast/id1454527119


Guest Inquiries: waywithwordmedia@gmail.com


Social Media Instagram/Twitter: @drdeenaspeaks


Extend the Conversation: Join us for our monthly Racial Literacy for Leaders Roundtable the first Tuesday of the month to engage in authentic conversations and learn strategies for leading a diverse and inclusive environment. Register here https://bit.ly/racialliteracyforleaders 

"This system was built by people. So people can change it."


Nicole and I had an amazing authentic conversation regarding racism, relationships, and what each of us can do to truly develop into anti-racist.


If you are stuck and do not know what to do right now to be better bridges, supporters, connectors and to locate your starting point to begin your journey of healing and understanding anti-racist ideals then this episode is going to resonant with you on so many levels. 


According to Nicole, the first thing is that if it's not making you sweat, if it's not making you uncomfortable, it's not enough.During this episode Nicole shares several strategic strategies she implemented to kick-start her anti-racist journey. 


Meet Nicole Trick Steinbach


Nicole Trick Steinbach is a global career coach and change management consultant. She is known for inspiring change through deep connections, brave insights, and radical responsibility. She’s worked in over 25 countries and lived in Europe for over 13 years before the mountains of Colorado called her name.


Nicole’s coaching includes building the skill of bravery so that her clients create the careers of their biggest dreams. Her clients have lived in over 30 countries and have accomplished goals are varied as accepting executive positions, doubling their income, breaking six figures before 30, relocating globally, and the power to step into dreams that were hidden for so many years.


Please LIKE, TELL A FRIEND, and REVIEW Walking Through Glass: The Podcast on Apple Podcast. Thanks in advance.


Link Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walking-through-glass-the-podcast/id1454527119


Guest Inquiries: waywithwordmedia@gmail.com


Social Media Instagram/Twitter: @drdeenaspeaks


Extend the Conversation: Join us for our monthly Racial Literacy for Leaders Roundtable the first Tuesday of the month to engage in authentic conversations and learn strategies for leading a diverse and inclusive environment. Register here https://bit.ly/racialliteracyforleaders 

1 hr 9 min