About The Reveal
Here’s the truth. We all want in. Really in.
Huge mistakes in. Therapist’s couch in. Shaky voices in. Rushing our child to the ER in stand-still traffic in. Rock-bottom in.
We relish seeing the authentic, personal side of athletes and actors. It’s comforting and empowering to realize day to day they’re running into barriers just like we are.
But when it comes to our business role models, where’s the IN we’re desperately craving? It’s not found on conference stages or in any magazine. It’s been stuck behind a façade of perfection.
About Rebecca Watson
I’m no stranger to the hot seat.
At twelve years old, I pitched in the Little League World Series, at 18 played Division I college tennis, at 22 worked in investment banking, and since then have been on management teams building media and tech startups. I used to pride myself on my tough outer shell. I thought, “Work hard, exceed expectations, get noticed and one day, surely I’ll become CEO.”
But while I was running the rat race, inside, I’ve always been tender hearted. Especially in the face of others’ suffering.
Every Sunday, my pastor’s words rang through my soul:
“None of us has or will have a perfect life. Not one of us.”