Our Contributors

Our Contributors

Katy Goshtasbi

katy-goshtasbi.jpg
https://50lessonsforwomenlawyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/katy-goshtasbi.jpg

Puris Consulting

www.purisconsulting.com


Share this Lesson:

Lesson 18

Own Who You Are


“Everyone has a great story that can inspire others and drive success. Everyone’s story is just as important and impactful as the next person’s story. Without our stories, our impact and success are minimized.

My story of success starts as a 6-year-old girl in Iran. When the revolution hit Iran in 1979, we knew we were not welcome there anymore as a religious minority. We decided to leave for a short bit until the unrest died down. We packed two suitcases and flew to Indiana, thinking we’d be gone for a few weeks. We never went back to Iran.

Fast-forward a few years. I always wanted to be a securities lawyer. Two reasons: 1) I wanted to save the world, and I thought being a lawyer was the way to do so; and 2) I wrongly thought that maybe, if I was a lawyer, people would love and accept me more.”


Buy the book to read Katy’s Lesson and 49 others

https://50lessonsforwomenlawyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/50-lessons-for-women-mockup.png

Buy the book at Amazon


“Not just advice, but affirmation that so much of what we feel and have experienced has been felt and experienced by others.” – Nora Riva Bergman


Our Contributors


No more posts