Jul 11, 2016
Hey team welcome to Episode 11 of the Uncomfortable is OK podcast. I’m your host Chris Desmond and today I’m having a conversation with Erin Todd from WorkerBe. Erin is another awesome individual that I met at Connect Wellington’s shameless soapbox. She’s bubbly, she’s vibrant and she has an infectious and powerful laugh so be prepared for a few of them today.
WorkerBe is passionate about feeding people incredibly health food that makes them feel good, while encouraging nutrient dense gardening practices in our community.
We chat about how Erin got involved in WorkerBe. Really quite an organic process (pun intended). Erin just started doing things she was interested in and one thing led to another and business ideas developed. We chat about how if Erin couldn’t find the way she would ask, because there is always a way, and there is always someone who knows the way.
We chat about how mistakes can always be turned into lessons, but sometimes how we feel guilty about setting ourselves expectations then not achieving them.
And excitingly we discuss Erin’s philosophy that if something is really scary, then you should probably do it.
Guest; Erin Todd from WorkerBe
Host; Chris Desmond
Music: Jeremy Desmond