In continuation of our ‘8 Dimensions of Wellness Series,’ we are delighted to bring on Ashley Stahl. She is a counterterrorism professional turned career coach, spokesperson, and author of the bestselling book, You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, Design Your Dream Career. Through her two viral TEDx speeches, her online courses, her email list, and her show, the You Turn Podcast, she’s been able to support clients in 31 countries in discovering their best career path, upgrading their confidence, and landing more job offers.
In this episode, we dive into why people feel stuck in their professional careers, thoughts on entrepreneurship, building a community of people who can help propel you forward, what ‘finding your purpose’ even means and how to overcome burnout.
As an introvert, Ashley shares networking and career tips for how to navigate an extrovert-dominated world. She talks about ways to brand yourself outside of social media.
Of course, we wrap up with our signature question, “what makes a good friend?”
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Guest Ashley Stahl Resources:
Ashley’s Book: You Turn
Ashley’s Podcast: You Turn
You Turn Podcast Recs:
#283 Investing with Timothy Sykes
#221 Career Planning
#194 Why You Get Stuck with Sarah Baldwin
#188 Work Life Balance with Kelsey Murphy
#171 Work Relationships with Mark Shapiro
#162 Finding Your Calling
#154 Money Magnet with David Neagle
#137 Ask for What You Want with Annie Lalla
#116 Recognize Burnout with Margaret Price
#96 Self-Sabotage with Judy Ho
#76 How To Change Your Life with Tatyana Rae
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