How 9/11 Changed my Career

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This week we noted the 10th anniversary of 9/11. To me the biggest tribute anyone could offer to that day is to live their life fully and do the work they are truly meant to do in the world. That's why I love this thoughtful post about how that fateful changed one woman's career path and approach to life and business. She's honest, raw, and a testament to what it really means to actively create your life. That's the biggest honor anyone could ever give those who lost their lives.

I couldn’t help but be introspective that day. I felt lucky to be alive. But I also felt empty. Deep down I knew I wasn’t happy. I knew that if I lost my life, I would not have felt like I was living my best. I wasn’t really taking care of my health – that was one thing. But the big disconnect was that I was not doing something I loved. I felt like I was meant to connect with people, not code. (No offense to my peeps who love HTML but I could not give a rats ass about programming).

Read the full post on How 9-11 Changed My Life on Rebecca Thinks.


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