1 And NOT Done

1 year. I sit here inside Joe & the Juice on 62nd and Lexington wondering how the hell I got here. Never in a million years did I think I would ever have the balls to do something like this. I am not your traditional risk taker. I am the person who talks about it, but then never does it. Or am I?

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The Aha Moment: Ashley Torres

Ashley Torres was working for Deloitte, and making a great living, yet was feeling unfulfilled. It was then she began her journey into blogging for a creative outlet. She created pursuitofshoes.com to tap into her creativity — and her love for shoes! As she pursued her blogging aspirations further, it was becoming abundantly clear that she needed to make a change. She recalled being scared to tell her parents she wasn’t happy at the seemingly perfect job.

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The Aha Moment: Paige More

Paige More is a California gal turned New Yorker. Paige moved to New York 4 years ago to chase her dream job, and landed it. Paige was formerly a Producer for national networks such as Good Morning America, and The Daily Mail TV. Did I mention during her time with these networks she had 4 Emmys under her belt? This girl was kicking ass and taking names.

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The Ultimate Job Search Soundtrack

We are all motivated differently. Some people get their motivation from an amazing yoga or meditation session. Others are motivated by an intense writing session. While I am motivated by both of those things, nothing kicks my ass quite like music. If I am feeling happy, sad or angry I always turn to my Spotify playlists and play whatever my mood feels.

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The Aha Moment: Alexandra Harper

An Aha Moment can show up at different times for different people. For Alexandra Harper, that time was while she was meditating. For years, Alexandra spent countless hours working in Graphic Design and Marketing for companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Estee Lauder, before realizing she was letting fear and expectations  dictate what she was doing, rather than following her passions and intuition.

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The Experiential Entrepreneur

When I started my business last October, my objective was simple. I wanted to help women like me, who are feeling stuck in their careers get out of that mindset to help them achieve fulfillment in a new career. I built the business around how I felt at that moment going to a job that was unhealthy for me every single day. Seven months in, and a few mission statement revisions later, my mission hasn't changed — it has evolved.

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