May 25, 2022
Ep. 97: Virginia’s Crew team shaped one of the 100 highest-ranking women in technology who serves as Chapter Chair of YPO San Francisco Bay.
In this episode, Joanna dips an oar into her experiences as an elite rower to discuss the importance of mastering the hard-won habit of learning from failure.
"Einstein once said, 'If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.’ He was talking about the difference between success and failure as learning what your strengths are. I didn't know I was a good athlete until I found rowing. The same applies to recruitment."
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Special thanks to Julia Monkarsh and Dane Massey for making this episode possible.
BONUS: I recommend you add another podcast to your queue. It is called The Leadership Podcast hosted by Jan and Jim who have become friends after I was a guest! They have more than 300 episodes to choose from with guests including Dan Pink, Margaret Heffernan, and Carole Robin.