Returning guest, Audrey Daniels, who has previously given us a master-lesson on relationships (Relationship Management 101), talks to us about taking time to do internal work, seeing what’s important in your life, and allowing yourself to act on it. Sometimes that is just taking care of “you”.
Lessons from the Show
Audrey talked to us about her life and recent career change and offered us many wonderful lessons that point us towards an authentic, happy and fulfilling life and career including:
- Stop looking for perfection in your life and your career; this quest for perfection is the killer of progress;
- It is so easy to let ourselves be pulled into what our boss wants us to do, what we feel our career requires of us, but it’s important we stop and look carefully and continue to asses, “Is this as important as ‘me’?”; and to look with hindsight, “Was that as important as ‘me’?”;
- You don’t have to wait until your retirement to do what is important. And we need to continue to ask ourselves, as we journey through life, “How much is enough”, and to not be driven to just have more.
About Audrey Daniels
After decades of work for Fortune 500 organizations, Audrey made a decision to join the leadership team of a former banking client, the AIB Network. The mission of AIB is to enhance the spiritual, intellectual and social well-being of its viewers by delivering exceptional programming to the Greater Atlanta community. The AIB Network has a proven commitment to that mission for nearly 50 years.
AIB fulfills a unique space in the community. The connections, collaborations and partnerships range from individuals, local nonprofits and places of worship to global corporations and Georgia 500 companies. Each one is specially and strategically cultivated to allow AIB to spread its message of stimulating the mind, strengthening the body and inspiring the spirit. Through community events, AIB has become a presence throughout the Greater Atlanta area. Further utilizing the broadcast network itself, AIB harnesses the power of media to reach approximately 2 million households across its viewing area each day. It is also notable that through AIB’s use of online streaming and communication platforms, the reach has extended exponentially and AIB has viewers from around the world. AIB is truly a unifying force with mass appeal.
Audrey is committed to partnerships and collaborations and making Atlanta one of the greatest cities in the country. She is a dance fitness instructor, enjoys white water rafting and cooking, and has one daughter.
You can contact Audrey by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 404 419-9457 and can learn more about AIB at aibtv.com.
This is episode # 153