REACH Interview Series: Whitney Johnson

The Reach Interview Series is an informal dialogue between me and respected thought leaders around the theme of my new book, Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence.

Whitney Johnson has had a pretty amazing career – as an investor, executive, and now influential management thinker, focused on helping people and companies learn to “disrupt” themselves.  But what you probably didn’t know is how Whitney has learned to apply these very same concepts to her own life.  In this video Whitney reveals her own secret recipe for stepping outside her comfort zone with courage and confidence.  Have a listen.


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