Life’s Work: Reinventing Yourself

As the world evolves, how do you pivot with it? In the last edition of the Life’s Work series, I found out how Angel Edmond was keeping up with the pace of changing times in Life’s Work: Focusing on Faith and Justice. For this edition, I reconnected with my friend Grace Barut. Originally, we metContinue reading “Life’s Work: Reinventing Yourself”

Life’s Work: Focusing on Faith and Justice

Where do you place your faith these days? Last week, I continued the Life’s Work series with the life’s journey and faith of Gabriela Murillo in Life’s Work: Being Present. Since then, I had an overdue phone call with my friend Angel Edmond, whom I met at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In fact,Continue reading “Life’s Work: Focusing on Faith and Justice”

Life’s Work: Being Present

What does life’s work mean to someone early on in a career path? What did it mean to you when you were in that stage? Last week, I continued the Life’s Work series with the colorful, adventurous, and winding professional trajectory of Dr. Montserrat Andreys, DC, MS, in Life’s Work: Striving for Understanding. Since then,Continue reading “Life’s Work: Being Present”

Life’s Work: Striving for Understanding

Last week, I continued the Life’s Work series and shared with you the story of my colleague and mentor Inés Maturana Sendoya in Life’s Work: Bridging Worldviews. This week, I am moving forward in this series with a profile on Dr. Montserrat Andreys, DC, MS. Of all the people I presented to you thus far,Continue reading “Life’s Work: Striving for Understanding”

Life’s Work: Bridging Worldviews

Yesterday I continued my series Life’s Work with the story of my friend and former roommate Melody Wilson in Life’s Work: Planting Seeds for Empowerment. Today I am sharing the story of my mentor, friend, colleague, and former carpool buddy Inés Maturana Sendoya. She has lived an interesting life from her childhood in Colombia toContinue reading “Life’s Work: Bridging Worldviews”

Life’s Work: Planting Seeds for Empowerment

In the first post of the series Life’s Work, I introduced you to my friend and former Harvard coworker Becky Hopkinson in Life’s Work: Providing Access to Opportunity. Today I am introducing you to my friend Melody Wilson. We attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign together and were roommates our sophomore year. Personally, IContinue reading “Life’s Work: Planting Seeds for Empowerment”

Life’s Work: Providing Access to Opportunity

A few days ago, I had the idea of conducting a Q&A with people in my professional and personal circles to ask them about their life’s work. As a career coach, I talk about this topic with individuals across diverse industries. Based on this idea of the Life’s Work series, I created ten questions andContinue reading “Life’s Work: Providing Access to Opportunity”