How to Eliminate Entrepreneurial Shame with Rick Patterson

“No matter who you are or where you are in life, eventually you’re going to have to sleeve up and take care of the job.” ~ Rick

How to Eliminate Entrepreneurial Shame with Rick Patterson

Have you ever experienced shame over the burden of entrepreneurial failures? As an entrepreneur, you have to accept that failure and disappointments are a part of the journey and learn to overcome without shame.

In this episode of the SpeakEasy Podcast, Altovise speaks with Rick Patterson, a beef cattle farmer, corporate worker, and author of Shame Unmasked. He explains the importance of eliminating shame around entrepreneurial failure, and instead for entrepreneurs to see their significance to others.

Listen in to learn the importance of eliminating shame around agri-business to become better at sustaining ourselves.

“No matter who you are or where you are in life, eventually you’re going to have to sleeve up and take care of the job.”- Rick [18:14]

What you will learn in this episode:
•[1:53] Get to know Rick the bull farmer, adoptive parent of 4, and his other endeavors.
•[4:10] Rick on the business side of agriculture that he did to establish himself.
•[6:34] How to overcome entrepreneurial shame and take it as a learning lifetime experience.
•[9:26] The implications of entrepreneurial failure and disappointments.
•[11:21] The current challenge of the fight between the farmer and the consumer.
•[16:13] Rick on his experience with helping cows’ birth.

Relevant Links:
•Website: https://rickpattersonconnects.com/
•Book: Shame Unmasked

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