Last Week's Interviews
TERRY McDOUGALL, an executive, career coach, and author from the Chicago area, called in to discuss how to prepare for success, how to thrive once there, and how to continue to be successful during one's career. we also discussed her latest release, "Winning the Game of Work: Career Happiness and Success on Your Own Terms".
FROM HER WEBSITE:
"She works with managers, executives and professionals who want to draw upon their greatest, most authentic abilities to positively impact their organizations. She supports clients who are creating change, driving innovation, and navigating transitions.
Terry relies on both her formal training as a coach and first-hand experience as a corporate leader to support her clients as they work towards their goals. In coaching engagements, Terry serves her clients as a partner and encourager as they break new ground; as a sounding board, supporting them as an objective listener; as a scout, who sees the larger context, their possibilities and potential; and, as a catalyst, helping to spark their commitment and action.
After 30 years of corporate business experience, 15 of which were in senior managerial roles, Terry chose to become a coach to concentrate on helping leaders step fully into their potential to lead satisfying careers. Though the majority of her professional experience is in financial services and marketing, her work exposed her to a wide variety of industries, business climates and corporate transitions such as mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and restructures."
KELLY BRADY CHANNICK, an author from New Jersey, called in to discuss her "Asbury High" series, including the first four books that are already published, as well as the final three books that will be coming soon!
FROM HER WEBSITE:
"All authors say this about their work, but I honestly feel like this series is a MUST-READ! Not just the first book but all seven. I will also admit something… this first book is not the best in the series, although it is quite awesome. Because the characters are just starting high school and only fourteen, I didn’t want to throw all of the high school drama at them in one year. For those out of high school reading this, think back, it’s not as if you experienced everything high school and growing up had to offer in one year! Therefore, as the series goes on, the book does deal with more relationships, and tougher mysteries. However, I will add this: JK Rowling is my favorite author and I love how she sprinkles small, seemingly-unimportant details in each of her books, which end up being important later on. So, if you love series and mysteries, you NEED to read these books… and start paying attention. I wrote each novel with all the books outlined and knowing I wanted to hide details and future plots (and plot twists) in each story. HAVE FUN!!"
ROSE THORNBERRY, an R&B artist, and singer/songwriter from Detroit, called in to share news about her career, her development, and her future plans, plus she even shared some of her music with us!
FROM HER BIO:
"I love to sing and make music to uplift the soul. Talking about the history of music as well as issues and topics that effect our world is one of my favorite things to do. I also have always been for humans rights and believe that everyone should be allowed to do what they love and have their own voice. I love this life and brightening the lives of others."
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