Janet Schreier is happy. Not just a little bit happy but really, really happy.
Janet spent 23 years in the corporate world doing what others said was impossible. (A sabbatical? Yes!) She was rapidly promoted through the ranks to director where she played a key strategic role in many corporate areas like IT, R&D, and Quality... until her relationship with her boss became frustrating. As she says, “frustration leads to change.”
Does her story already sound familiar to you?
In this conversation, Janet talks about the stupid things she’s done, what it takes to make a big career change, and the courage to throw caution to the wind and discover that “everything is an endless possibility.”
If you want excellent guidance for: making decisions, believing in your ability to land on your feet, being truly happy, and how to think about change in your career, you’ll love Janet’s interview.
You’ll find a heaping spoonful of happiness here.
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P.P.P.S. Something was up with my camera so I look like a bad lip-syncing episode. If it’s annoying, listen to the audio or cover my half of the screen and focus on Janet. Her mouth and words sync up.