Thoughts from Limbo

E10 | Katie Briefel | Overcoming Setback, Building Resilience, Redefining Failure & Embracing the Side-Hustle Era

April 07, 2021 Katie Briefel Season 1 Episode 10
Thoughts from Limbo
E10 | Katie Briefel | Overcoming Setback, Building Resilience, Redefining Failure & Embracing the Side-Hustle Era
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Thoughts from Limbo
E10 | Katie Briefel | Overcoming Setback, Building Resilience, Redefining Failure & Embracing the Side-Hustle Era
Apr 07, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
Katie Briefel

Katie Briefel is an Account Supervisor at a leading advertising agency, where she’s worked  in London and New York with brands like PepsiCo, Samsung, and collaborated on the infamous John Lewis Christmas Campaign. She’s also the host of the Start Fail Repeat podcast, where she interviews some truly inspiring people who are killing it in what they do, and finds out how they’ve overcome the setbacks that we all encounter, in some form or another, through our careers and in life. 

 

We talk about building resilience and recovering from setbacks, and discuss our experience with the imposter syndrome. Katie shares the pivotal experience that motivated her to change the course of her career, and we also delve into the need to reframe failure, and the increasing popularity of side hustles. 



Show Notes

Katie Briefel is an Account Supervisor at a leading advertising agency, where she’s worked  in London and New York with brands like PepsiCo, Samsung, and collaborated on the infamous John Lewis Christmas Campaign. She’s also the host of the Start Fail Repeat podcast, where she interviews some truly inspiring people who are killing it in what they do, and finds out how they’ve overcome the setbacks that we all encounter, in some form or another, through our careers and in life. 

 

We talk about building resilience and recovering from setbacks, and discuss our experience with the imposter syndrome. Katie shares the pivotal experience that motivated her to change the course of her career, and we also delve into the need to reframe failure, and the increasing popularity of side hustles.