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Interview: From Barista to Fundraiser

“I thought I would do things that made me happy, but I never once imagined any of them making me any money.”

Rae and I discuss her career journey from “slinging coffee” to being a non-profit fundraiser, and how she ended up finding her passion in a job she landed in—a path she describes as “random, to say the very least.”

You’ll hear about:

  • the importance of champions and mentors
  • identifying and packaging your transferable skills
  • how to make yourself happy (she’s talking to you!)


Recommended Reading: The Book of Awakening

Resolving to be more present or take better care of your mental/spiritual/emotional self in the new year?

If you would like to maintain a mindfulness practice or incorporate meditation into your life, but you “don’t have time,” The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo could be a great resource for you.


3 Family (or Friend) Games for the Holidays

Want a new way to bond with your family during your holiday gathering?

Are the old standbys getting stale, or do you find yourself wishing for ways to go beyond stories you’ve heard hundreds of times and learn more about your family?

Here are three games you can play that don’t require more than yourselves and, in one case, scraps of paper and pens.


Why You Can’t Get Yourself Out of Bed in the Morning: 7 Questions to Help You Kick Your Snooze Button Habit

Just five more minutes…

Ever since I was a little girl, I have struggled with getting out of bed in the morning.

If you’re engaged in a never-ending battle with your alarm clock, you’re not alone. So many people share this struggle!

Especially when you’re in transition—working all day at your regular job and then all night on your “second job” of transition; dealing with the emotional upheaval and exhaustion of a breakup; not feeling compelled by your current career or the demands of your daily grind—it can be hard to get yourself up and into action each day.

Here are some questions you can ask yourself to help you get to the bottom of your eternal challenge, and to break the habit.


6 Ways to Shift Your Attitude Toward Someone Who Drives You Crazy

Is someone on your team at work driving you crazy?

Is another member of your club or association significantly impacting your enjoyment of the activity?

If your job or activities require you to spend time with someone who continually pushes your buttons, it’s time to go back to the age-old, sometimes-annoying-but-always-true fact: you can’t control anyone but yourself.

Instead of focusing on what the object of your irritation is doing, choose to change your own approach to the situation.

Irritation can reinforce itself; if you don’t shift your thoughts about the person, your frustration is bound to increase, and it will likely have an impact on how you are showing up and acting yourself.

Here are six tips for tricking yourself out of annoyance and into proactive transformation.


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