Anita and Sam have a conversation around topics such as finding the courage to share personal stories whether in front of a room full of people, on a podcast, or on social media, and to help others gain a new perspective on what mental health can look like.
Key points in this episode:
- How Sam found the courage to start her podcast Let Me Overthink About It during a pandemic and share her own story
- What happened when Anita agreed to speak about postpartum depression
- The topics of Sam’s three books
- The fears and stigma on social media surrounding mental health
- The response to Sam sharing her personal stories
- How perfectionism and anxiety affects work
- Encouragement for those who want to share their vulnerabilities on social media
I wear many hats. I am a marketing and event management professional. I am a speaker, writer, and overthinker extraordinaire. I am a mental health advocate.
I thrive on collaboration, delivering consistent brand messaging, creating and executing checklists that lead to successful projects and events, and being true to myself. I consider my strengths to be empathy, honesty and creativity.
I am a connector of people and I pride myself on being real. I inspire and challenge others to rise to the occasion and I work tirelessly to make my community a more cohesive place. Using effective brainstorming and facilitation skills, I am able to creatively generate new ideas, approach challenges and produce positive results.