102: "I Always Knew I Could Do It, I Just Didn't Think I Was Allowed" Rosemary Ketchum on Breaking Barriers
Rosemary Ketchum never wanted to run for office. However, when she looked around her community of Wheeling, West Virginia, she saw work to be done. Today she shares her story with us, starting with her work in mental health leading up to her historic win in her state. Along the way we touch on the difference between ignorance and bigotry, the recent historic rulings and what they mean for trans people in the workplace, and the surprising realities of campaigning in a state like West Virginia. You don't want to miss this amazing conversation with the brilliant councilwoman Rosemary Ketchum.You can follow Rosemary on Instagram @rosemaryketchum, and on Twitter @RosemaryKetchum.Thanks for listening. Let's rise together.--Dave's first-ever book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is OUT NOW! This book is for everyone, and we mean EVERYONE: women who loved Girl Wash Your Face, men who did or didn't read Girl Wash Your Face, personal development skeptics, personal development devotees, anyone and everyone who has a life and knows it could maybe get a little better if they could just get out of their own dang way! LET'S GOOOOOO! -> http://bit.ly/gooyowpodYou asked for it, you got it! Coaching with Dave is here! All year long Dave is offering courses in both life and career, all designed to help you identify where you are now, where you want to go, and how you’ll get there. After working his way through Disney to become a President of Theatrical Distribution, then making the conscious decision to be an entrepreneur, Dave knows exactly what it takes to be successful no matter which direction your life - or career - takes you. Now you can have exclusive access to his experience and wisdom, with monthly challenges and actionable results! Follow this link to see what coaching can do for YOU!
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What if we worked as hard to listen to someone else’s truth as we did to share our own? Each week author Dave Hollis brings radical candor straight to your headphones via breathtakingly real conversations with authors, activists, and anyone with a story to tell. The results are poignant, hysterical, and heartbreaking - sometimes all inside the same episode.