Louisa Jewell, Founder and President of the CPPA, chats with Fatima Zaidi. Fatima is the Founder and CEO at Quill Inc., an award-winning production agency specializing in corporate audio, and CoHost, a podcast growth and analytics tool.
Louisa recently met Fatima at an entrepreneur’s panel and there was one thing she said that caught her attention. Fatima said that her people are THE most important thing in her business. Watch Louisa’s inspiring interview with Fatima where they talk all about workplace well-being and cover topics like the importance of people and having well-rounded employees; how to define success; and our detrimental culture of urgency.
In the interview, Fatima mentions an article called “Regrets of the Dying.” It’s written by Bonnie Ware, who was working as a palliative care nurse and shared some incredibly special times with her patients. Common themes surfaced when Bonnie asked her patients if they had any regrets, or would have done anything differently. This article, which Fatima calls “life-changing”, details the 5 regrets of the dying: https://bronnieware.com/blog/regrets-of-the-dying/
You won’t want to miss this inspiring interview!
More about Fatima Zaidi:
Fatima Zaidi is the Founder and CEO at Quill Inc., an award-winning production agency specializing in corporate audio, and CoHost, a podcast growth and analytics tool. Working with some of the largest brands in North America and reaching a global audience for their clients, Quill produces content that’s results-oriented, engaging, and entertaining. The Globe and Mail recently named Quill as one of Canada’s top 6 growing companies. Over the past few years, Fatima has won 2 Top 30 under 30 awards, the Young Professional of the Year by Notable Life, Veuve Clicquot’s Bold Future Award, The Women in Content Marketing Award, and one of Flare Magazine’s Top 100 Women. Outside of entrepreneurship, Fatima is Co-Chair of the #Tech4SickKids council for SickKids Hospital which is the second-largest pediatric research hospital in the world. She is on track to raise 25 million dollars to build a new emergency wing of the hospital, as well as fund some of the world’s biggest data and AI projects.