In today’s episode I’m talking with Marie Eckstein who shares candidly her sense of loss and struggle to rediscover who she was beyond her job.
Marie had a long corporate career that took her to the executive table of a global chemical company until internal and external conditions shifted unexpectedly and wildly; resulting in a closure of that career.
You’ll hear her talk about her journey to manifest that truth, her work to redefine herself as professional, and her leap to begin Red Dirt Road; a company that supports female entrepreneurs and makers in Cambodia.
Red Dirt Road is a social enterprise intent on elevating women who then elevate communities. It is a story of the flywheel of abundance and opportunity.
Their tag line; Change Lives, Shop Red Dirt Road, perfectly captures the impact you can have if you choose to support them. There is a wonderful short film on the home page that will inspire you.
Be a voice for those who don’t have one- Marie Eckstein
In the podcast, I mention two other episodes to check out:
- People Versus Process as the taproot of excellence with Eileen Odum: Click Here to Listen
- The 9 Dimensions of Holistic Health: Catch it here.
This is the 3rd interview celebrating Women’s History Month (March) in which we’re featuring women who are committed to elevating women in their sphere of influence.
Joining me is Marisol Colette, Founder of SolReflection. She’s Brilliant. I highly recommend checking out her work at www.solreflection.com.