Cheryl Corely is a national correspondent for NPR based in Chicago.
When she was 25, Cheryl was working hard and playing hard in Peoria, IL. she was reporting for Peoria Public Radio by day, and by night she was a director for a Peoria local TV news station. After getting out of work at 10 pm, she’d spend time with her friends at bars and clubs. That kind of balance is impressive for me, who needs a minimum of eight hours of sleep in order to function.
Cheryl and I talked about the importance of not getting too anxious about the future, and finding the right mentors to as for guidance from.
Here’s Cheryl Corley on 25.
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