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Stood in the Gap

May 6, 2021

“Whether you think you can do something or not, you're right.”

In this episode, Marianne Glick, Board Chair of Eugene & Marilyn Glick Family Foundation joins Derrin Slack for a conversation about confidence. 

Marianne experienced depression from an early age and has learned the power thoughts can have over you.

As she shares her story, you’ll learn how everybody faces a challenge, even if we can’t see it. Listen in as Marianne opens up about her personal relationships and how they affected her leadership journey.

In This Episode: 

  • [02:24] – This/That played with Marianne
  • [04:03] – A day Marianne felt she couldn’t survive
  • [06:03] – A moment that defined Marianne’s outlook on life
  • [07:23] – The words that changed Marianne’s life
  • [09:13] – What keeps Marianne passionate and grounded
  • [11:31] – How she navigated sexism in the workplace
  • [13:45] – The biggest challenge we face
  • [14:50] – Marianne’s advice for overcoming obstacles

Quotes From This Episode: 

  • “Whatever we put our minds to and believe we can do, we can do it.” 
  • “Everybody deserves respect and deserves to be treated equally, fairly, and have opportunity.”
  • “Everybody has some challenge that they're facing. We just may not know what that challenge is.”