This podcast series comes in celebration of Principled’s 25 year. On today’s podcast, Rashmi Airan is interviewed by Marsha Ershaghi Hames from LRN.
Today, Marsha interviews Rashmi, someone that once was caught up in the grandeur of goals rather than paying attention to very real and very detrimental details. Rashmi grew up as a perfectionist and put a lot of pressure on herself. She had tremendous success and ended up opening her own real estate and law practice. Everything changed when she started working with a big developer client that got her mixed up in some “creative” transactions. Not realizing the severity of this at the time, Rashmi stayed quiet. In May 2011, Rashmi got a visit from the FBI and was interrogated for four hours without her attorney present. Two years passed after the interrogation before she had heard anything else regarding this. Ultimately, she realized she had been targeted and was to be charged with bank fraud. She pled guilty and owned it with her community. She realized that she had been ignoring red flags and was silent when she shouldn’t have been. She was in prison for 6 months. Since her release, she shares her story with others. Looking back on it now, she realizes how she got lost keeping up with appearances. If she had it to do over again, she would pay close attention to details. In the aftermath of this incident, she has learned that this situation is something that happened, but it doesn’t have to define her. She has been able to forgive herself, and has learned unconditional love from those around her.
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