Public relations executive Aimee Stern believes that bravery and meaningful work are purposely intertwined.

bravery and meaningful workWhen you heard the process that they went through to get there, it was painful and it was my process, too. It’s like putting aside everything you’ve ever been taught and saying: I’m really good at this. And, it all came down really to the biggest problem people have which is self-doubt.”

By all measures, Aimee Stern was a successful executive. Her business portfolio was profitable and scaling.

bravery and meaningful workRegrettably, her high quality work often benefitted people she didn’t respect.

That’s when she channeled bravery from within to do good and do well in her professional career.

In this episode, Aimee describes:

  • The first act of bravery. Starts at 2:13
  • Why many people are not brave. Starts at 4:23
  • How Generation Z became our bravest workforce cohort. Starts at 9:38
  • The impact bravery has on a meaningful work career. Starts at 17:29

About our guest:

Aimee Stern is the Chief Bravery Officer of Brave NOW PR based in Washington, D.C. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Education from the State University of New York Oswego.

EPISODE DATE: October 2, 2020

Social media:

Brave NOW PR Website

Brave NOW Courageous Content Website

Image credits: Brave woman in superhero cape, Aveson for iStockPhoto; Portrait, Aimee Stern

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