Mar 30, 2021
Pattie Grimm has always been a badass. Encouraged by her father, since early childhood Pattie learned about courage, conviction, sports, cars and always doing your best. Achieving great success early in her career Pattie quickly climbed the corporate ladder but took a downturn and ended up hitting rock bottom. Acknowledging the need for self care, Pattie took time to rediscover herself, her purpose and her passion. With over 25 years experience, Pattie is an empowerment expert for organizations, leaders, and women. Her presentations/interviews are empowering, educational, and engaging. Pattie was a senior leader for several Global Fortune 100 companies. She owns a company focused on empowering women to be the best they can be. She is an author/speaker/ podcast guest/trainer/coach/ women’s advocate. Pattie was recognized by Executive Women’s Association, Who’s Who in Women’s Leadership, Women of Influence and the State of California. She is the author of Quiet Women Never Changed History – Be Strong, Stand Up and Stand Out – “Let’s Go Kick Some Glass.”
What You Will Hear in This Episode:
Pattie’s early lessons about courage and conviction.
Career moves motivated by the passion to make a difference and play big.
From rock star to rock bottom.
Self doubt and self care.
5 principles of how to be a strong, confident leader.
Taking your power back through self reflection.
How to become a strong, confident, empowered woman leader.
Avoid giving away your power.
Women leaders vs. men leaders
What makes a good leader.
“Women of any age can be bold, brave and brilliant.”
“If you want to be your true confident person with courage you can’t give up on you. You have to make sure that you are number one on your things to do list.”
“Confidence is more important than your competence.”
“You can’t give away what you don’t own.”
“Confident shows in your body language, in your height and space. Don’t make yourself small.”
“Do what you love and money will follow.”
“Women leaders see around the corners.”
“Courage isn’t the absence of fear, courage is the ability to work through fear to get to the other side.”