Rachael Seda grew up barefoot in Hawaii. After graduating from James Madison University, she moved back to Virginia Beach. But 6-months later she left the beach life and her college boyfriend (now husband) to pursue her marketing career at a non-profit in Washington, D.C., later breaking into agency life before starting her own business in Virginia Beach.
She started her career at a non-profit in Washington, D.C., later breaking into agency life before starting her own business. That’s the bio. The real story starts with a girl who always said “I’ll do it if you do it,” and was taught to and firmly believes in the power trusting your gut.
This episode introduces Rachael, co-host of The Corporate Dropout Podcast – why she’s an entrepreneur, why she preaches about trusting your gut, how she maintains a million best-friendships and her go-to advice for people making a big change in their life or business.
Listen up little friends because it’s a good one! Here’s what to expect in this episode.
- How Rachael helped push her coach to become Miss Hawaii (and eventually Miss America 2001)
- Why you have to listen to your gut
- Cutting out the mom-guilt – because investing in yourself is worth it
- Go-to advice for negotiating for more money at a new job
- Avoiding burnout – because there’s no coming back
- How she manages TONS of best-friendships
- The podcasts Rachael and April had before this podcast
- How we went ghost-hunting on our first work trip together in 2012