No Straight Path aims to humanize success from the Millennial perspective. The world often sees the shiny resumes, highlights shared on social media, and job titles associated with a person's LinkedIn profile. We rarely see the story behind it. And when we do, it's often in a memoir towards the end of someone's journey. The podcast aims to delve into the story behind the success with a closer to real-time approach. Because the podcast focuses on the Millennial perspective, many guests are mid-journey. We are capturing a snapshot of the work they've done thus far, while also discussing their hopes and dreams for the future. I'll speak with various guests about their definitions of success and how they overcame setbacks, navigated pivots, and found purpose. No one has a straight path in life. There are lots of twists and turns, which often leads to growth, understanding, and wisdom. My hope is that listeners leave the conversation inspired and with a more nuanced perspective of success.
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I’m reaching mid-career and find myself uncertain about the legacy I want to leave, the impact I want to have. Ashley guides her guests as they share their journeys; I’ve found the questioning has helped me reflect on my own journey. Great podcast!
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Highly recommend! Ashley does an amazing job centering the human journey behind success. You will ALWAYS get something from every episode, it’s filled with so much compassion and valuable reminders that life has a beautiful way of getting us to our destinations. I find the stories of her guests to be both inspirational and aspirational! Great all around listen.
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You don’t have to be a millennial to get nuggets from this excellent podcast. The host has a gift of asking the right questions with sincerity. Real talk and inspiring. Definitely a Five Star podcast.
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No Straight Path launched 2 years ago and published 77 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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