Changing the Narrative & Challenging Business Misconceptions

Episode #288

Stephanie Nadi Olson

Founder & Executive Chair of the Board at We Are Rosie

Does this sound familiar? You've been told to simply work harder and longer hours to achieve success in your business. But despite your efforts, you're still struggling to challenge misconceptions and create change in your industry. This ineffective action might leave you feeling frustrated and stuck, unable to make the impact you desire. It's time to break free from this cycle and discover the power of storytelling to overcome misconceptions and change perceptions, paving the way for meaningful transformation in your business.

Prepare to be captivated as we introduce the visionary force behind We Are Rosie, Stephanie Nadi Olson, whose innovative prowess as the Founder and CEO has woven a tapestry of possibilities in the realm of flexible talent. The We Are Rosie platform connects over 25,000 marketing freelancers to project-based work with renowned brands such as Microsoft and Delta. Get ready to delve into the vibrant world she has crafted at the intersection of talent and pioneering brands.

In this episode, you will be able to:

  • Challenge and overcome misconceptions about freelance talent to elevate your business.
  • Harness the power of storytelling in business to captivate and connect with your audience.
  • Learn the art of building relationships for entrepreneurial success and long-term growth.
  • Discover the impact of leveraging networks for personal and professional advancement in the business world.

Stephanie shares a compelling journey of resilience and determination that began in her childhood. It reflects a profound understanding of the complexities of inequality and a steadfast commitment to challenging societal norms. Stephanie's compelling story serves as a testament to the transformative power of storytelling in dismantling misconceptions and fostering impactful change. 


“I set out to build a better way to work and a way to allow people to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of what's happening in their life.”

Stephanie Nadi Olson