Presented by Cat Hoke, Founder of Hustle 2.0
The greater our success, the farther we have to fall. The thought of “losing it all” can lead to secrecy, shame and fear-based decision making.
What are the skeletons in your closet? How well have you navigated your personal and professional scandals and crises? Did you recover and reinvent yourself? Did you forgive yourself and others? Or are you still hiding in the shadows of shame and unforgiveness?
As the only girl on the high school wrestling team, and as a Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter, Cat Hoke mastered the art of breakfall: how to prevent injury when you get taken down. Breakfall proved to be a transferable skill in her career as a three-time entrepreneur, disrupting the American prison industry. Cat works with gang leaders in the most notorious prisons, leading gang intervention programs. She has stared down career-ending threats and devastating takedowns. Known as a come-back kid, Cat’s vulnerability will inspire you to resilient, courageous leadership.
Cat will lead us in an intense emotional exercise where you’ll take your vulnerability, empathy and honesty to the next level. Her talk is like a gut punch and a hug at the same time. She will push your boundaries on forgiveness and second chances—for yourself and others.
Bring your worst self…your judgments, your biases, your comparisons, and that ugly voice of shame in your head that tells you you’re not enough…and be ready to CONNECT DEEPLY.
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