“Behind every powerful leader is a great therapist. And it doesn’t have to be a true therapist — maybe it’s a coach, maybe it’s a mentor. But every great leader has processed their trauma.”
— Margy Feldhuhn
This episode of the Business Society Podcast focuses on the emotional side of entrepreneurship.
Margy Feldhuhn is co-owner and CEO of Interview Connections, the first podcast booking agency. Since acquiring 50% equity in 2018, she’s helped scale the business to 7 figures — without direct marketing or advertising!
Margy credits much of her success to her therapist.
A year prior to joining Interview Connections, Margy tragically lost her father to suicide. She underwent over a year of EMDR trauma reprocessing therapy — important work that helped her to step into a leadership role. “If you are out there getting triggered with your team or with your clients, your business is going to fall apart,” she explains.
Tune in to hear Margy and I talk about the power of resilience when it comes to leadership, why every entrepreneur should have a therapist, and We Get It, Your Dad Died, her podcast about entrepreneurs and grief.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
About Margy Feldhuhn: Margy Feldhuhn is the co-owner and CEO of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency, and hosts Rock the Podcast and We Get It, Your Dad Died.
02:00 Meet Margy Feldhuhn
04:14 Interview Connections
05:03 Trauma, resilience & leadership
09:22 Therapy & entrepreneurship
11:00 Creating meaning out of grief
13:20 Why we hide grief
14:51 Margy’s podcast guests
19:03 Listener feedback
20:09 Deal with your stuff
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