Brief summary of show:
In this week’s episode, I wanted to hop on here for this solo episode to share a bit about myself, my story, and why I decided to take this leap of faith into what I’m doing now.
I share with you why topics like health, family and mindset are so important to me, truthfully they’re a natural fit after the years I have spent reporting on stories about this.
Thank you for joining me each week on the podcast! I’m so grateful that you’re here and that we’re on this journey together.
Listen in as I talk about:
Why I made the decision to leave the news
Why I’m focusing on health, family and mindset
Three things to consider when making a change in your life
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[00:00:20] When People ask me why I left the traditional news business.
[00:00:59] How I decided to focus on health family and mindset.
[00:01:27] My first job in TV and markets I've worked in around the United States.
[00:02:31] A friend added up the number of hours I've been on LIVE TV.
We have to be our own advocates.
[00:03:38] We have to be our own advocates.
[00:04:01] my second pillar of the podcast is Family.. More about my family and how I decided on this.
[00:05:28] Why parenting is the hardest job that we will ever have. It is also the most rewarding job. And you know what?
[00:06:15] Why "mindset" is my third pillar.
[00:07:05] I thought that I'd spent just a little bit of time telling you more about why I left broadcast news. It's not as glamorous as you think.
[00:07:27] I'm sad to say with more hyper-focused cable offerings, Netflix, Hulu Disney, plus the list goes on and on all of the apps available to watch, news is at everyone's fingertips, literally.
[00:07:55] And then we look at the people who are struggling and believe me. I know many of these people who are struggling, I'm close to many people who are struggling with anxiety and depression.
[00:08:15] A personal story about why I left and how news gets into your head in a negative way.
[00:09:24] Three things I advise people to consider when making a big change.