Jyoti Sarda brings twenty years as a senior-level global marketing executive with major studios and blue chip brands to developing impact-creating, documentary and narrative content through her company Nimble Media LLC. Currently, she is the producer of the award winning POV (PBS) documentary series, AND SHE COULD BE NEXT, following the movement led by women of color transform politics as candidates and organizers. Her next project is the feature film around the life of Lilly Ledbetter, fair pay icon. She is also Co-Executive Producer of EQUAL MEANS EQUAL, an award-winning documentary feature that is an unﬂinching examination of the discrimination against women built into the US legal system. Until 2016, Jyoti was Vice President of Marketing at Paramount Home Media where she led all facets of global marketing operations for Paramount partner brands, while overseeing international acquisitions. Prior to Paramount, she worked at Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Jyoti serves on the boards of GlobalGirl Media, an organization that trains young women to become civically engaged through citizen journalism and LAANE, a leading LA-based social justice nonprofit. She is intently focused on improving the diversity of elected officials and the electorate.
Also, PBS opened up a free streaming window for my documentary AND SHE COULD BE NEXT given the relevance of our story to yesterday's election in GA. Your listeners can watch it for free until January 24 at andshecouldbenext.com/watch or on the PBS app on smart TVs.
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On this episode of Sell Without Selling, Stacey welcomes Jyoti Sarda to the show for a discussion on transitioning from a comfortable life at a 'perfectly fine" corporate job... to taking the leap into entrepreneurism.
Make a plan, but then take the leap.
You must set your own expectations.
Fear doesn't own you.
"Growing up... security and safety were valued more than the potential rewards of entrepreneurship." -Jyoti Sarda
"We can no longer deny that radical change is happening in how we do business." -Stacey O'Byrne
"Strategizing is important, but you will get to a point where you have to take a deep breath... and do it." -Jyoti Sarda