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Keep Going: How one entrepreneur learned to stop listening to the haters and started betting on herself

Jade Kearney wants to help women of color survive childbirth. She's succeeding.

Jade Kearney founded to help women of color survive childbirth. Because the health outcomes for POC were so poor, Kearney and her partner build a business dedicated to educating doctors and patients on the ways the health system had historically failed and how to solve the problems associated with pregnancy.

In this podcast, Kearney talks about how she mishandled feedback from seemingly well-meaning mentors and finally realized that she, alone, was the captain of her own ship. It's an inspiring look at a woman who is solving an important problem. Want more?

Our theme music is by Policy AKA Mark Buchwald. (

Keep Going
Keep Going
When you're going through Hell, keep going." This is a podcast about failure and how it breeds success. Every week, we will talk to amazing people who have done amazing things yet, at some point, experienced failure. By exploring their experiences, we can learn how to build, succeed, and stay humble. It is hosted by author and former New York Times journalist John Biggs. Our theme music is by Policy, AKA Mark Buchwald. (