A podcast about, well, quitting your job. And all of the anxiety and fear that build up before quitting your job. And all of the outcomes — good and bad — after quitting your job.
S2 E6: Quitting During COVID - McKenzie Bergenback
This ep features McKenzie Bergenback, an artist, graphic designer, fashion expert, fitness lover, and so much more. Out of all of our guests so far, she has the freshest so-I-just-quit-my-job-now-what experience and she’s here to share the causes and effects. This ep is so good, full of inspiration, bravery, and tangible tips for folks in similar situations.
Find McKenzie on the interwebs:Instagram: @mckenzieb.blog.Personal blog: www.mckenzieb.com.Design work: www.mckenziebdesigns.com.
S2 E5: There Are Always Options - April Corbett
We had the pleasure and honor of interviewing (listening) to April Corbett talk about her 20 year career thus far and all of its ups and downs, including quitting jobs and being laid off. Another fan of therapy and definitely another polymath, her wisdom and outlook on life are unique and inspiring. We know you’ll have a couple take-home lessons after listening. During business hours, she’s an engineer for TVA. On the side, she is a teacher and an artist. Check her out and give her a follow!
S2 E4: Quitting a Sure Thing - John Lindsay
In this episode, we hear from Meghan’s husband, John, about leaving the family business to go out on his own. He provides insight about how he knew it was time to leave, and how his extracurricular activities give him perspective. Also, he names Meghan has his sponsor, which is pretty cute :)
S2 E3: Another Polymath, A Lot of Inspiration
On this ep, we have interior designer and super-friend of the pod, Fran Rawls, as a guest. Aside from possibly having the best laugh in the entire world, she shares how she, too, is a polymath and is finding her way to her passions through uncontrollable adversity and an incredibly inspiring outlook on life.
S2 E2: From South Carolina to Burkina Faso - Chris O'Connor
Have you ever quit a cushy job to join the PeaceCorps? No? Chris O'Connor has. Maggie interviews Chris (her husband) and he shares his unique experience.
S2 E1: 200 Applications Later - Kelsey Troutman
On the first ep of our second season, we interview Maggie's dear friend who has persevered countless times to get to where she's at now: Physician's Assistant (PA) school at Emory School of Medicine. In this ep, you'll hear a truly inspiring story that's all about going after what you know you're called to do in life.
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This pod has been a game changer for my morning commute. Great content and some good laughs along the way! Add this into your pod rotation fa sho.