Believing in abundance and having the audacity to ask.

🌟 Are You Ready to Challenge the Status Quo in Innovation? 🌟

Imagine a world where every woman’s voice is heard, every immigrant’s potential is realized, and every minority founder has access to the resources they need. Sounds too good to be true? Not if Victoria Sandberg has anything to say about it!

I recently had the privilege of speaking with Victoria on the ‘Worth Having Podcast,’ and let me tell you, her story is nothing short of inspiring. From moving to Sweden for love to becoming a powerhouse in Malmo’s startup scene, Victoria’s journey is a testament to the power of audacity and belief in abundance.

🔥 Key Takeaways:

  1. Authentic storytelling isn’t just powerful—it’s revolutionary. How can you use your unique narrative to drive change?
  2. Community is everything. Victoria’s ‘She Told Me a Story’ initiative is creating safe spaces for women to connect, belong, and thrive. Where’s your tribe?
  3. Immigrant women face unique challenges, but they also bring invaluable perspectives. How can we better harness this untapped potential in tech and innovation?
  4. Networking isn’t just about collecting business cards—it’s about building genuine relationships. Are you networking or truly connecting?
  5. Kindness and wellness in professional settings aren’t luxuries; they’re necessities. How can you prioritize these in your work culture?

👀 But here’s the kicker: Victoria’s not stopping there. She dreams of launching a micro VC fund for minority founders. Can you imagine the groundbreaking innovations we’d see with more diverse voices at the table?

🤔 So, I challenge you: How can you contribute to a more inclusive innovation ecosystem? What’s your audacious ask?

Remember, as Victoria says, “Believe in abundance and have the audacity to ask.” The world is waiting for your voice, your story, your innovation.

What’s your next bold move? Share in the comments below! 👇

Show notes:

00:00 Introduction and Welcome

00:56 The Essence of ‘She Told Me a Story’

03:49 The Power of Silence and Reflection

05:35 Victoria’s Journey to Sweden

06:01 Challenges and Realities of Being an Immigrant

08:57 Founding ‘The House’

11:35 The Importance of Kindness in Business

16:59 The Audacity to Ask and Command

19:51 Understanding What You Truly Want

21:09 The Constant Work of Self-Discovery

23:38 Challenges of Being an Expat

32:04 The Importance of Diversity in Tech

34:05 Personal and Professional Aspirations

37:28 Final Thoughts and Encouragement

You can find Victoria on LinkedIN here

And ‘The House’ here

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Nic is a Designer, turned Cultural Adaptation Coach, turned Positive Psychology Practitioner and Workshop Facilitator.

She lived in 7 different countries, on three different continents, speaks 6 languages, and an avid advocate for the Inner Development Goals and on a mission to help design belonging and raise hope for all.

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