In this episode, the fabulous Monique Helstrom dishes on the challenges of being a strong, capable, professional SINGLE woman – something she shares with the podcast co-hosts, Belinda Goodrich and Brandie Beane. Monique discusses research on the gender preferences and talks about her experiences seeking a “non-traditional” route of building her career first.
About Monique – Onpoint.expert/about-monique After nearly a decade as the Executive Assistant and “Chief of Simon Sinek,” New York Times Best-Selling author and TED celebrity, along with her adventures as a small-business owner, Monique has had unparalleled experiences and gained unique perspectives from thought leaders, executives, celebrities, educators, and the general workforce that this world depends on. These encounters have equipped her with the tools necessary to decipher and disentangle common issues plaguing business relationships around the globe. Having always been a strong “type-A,” an insatiable achiever, and a voracious extrovert, Monique found it difficult to relate to others who didn’t match her energy and determination. The differences between her and her peers seemed divisive, bothersome, and easier when avoided.