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Episode Info: As a sister refugee from the world of finance, she's able to balance the larger business goal with all the nitty gritty details and negotiations that make you cringe.She has successfully produced, executed and managed event marketing ventures for companies such as: Jeep, Disney XD, NBC, American Airlines, Kraft Foods, Wall Street Journal, AIDS Health Foundation, and many more. Today, she works with international coaches, consultants, speakers and authors who want to get their message out using events, but don’t want the hassle of managing all of the logistics. And this is just Lany's work cred!In this conversation, Lany and I also chat about how losing everything in a market crash and caretaking for two family members paved the way for her to change careers and become a digital nomad. This lifestyle allows this super connector to plan events all over the world and hang with her vast network of friends, family, and contacts in real life. Lany will share how she made that leap as well how she keeps the day-to-day together. Your career is stagnating, or worse, imploding. You're navigating a huge career leap and feel a little freaked-out. Then, a family member gets sick. And you've wondered how you're going to put your life back together again. Selected link love + resources from the episodeEvents By LanyConnect with Lany on social media: Twitter | Facebook | InstagramDavid Kutcher of Confluent Forms (who connected us making this podcast possible)33k Task List ProjectDavid Byrd (planning expert)Parenting Your Parent: One Daughter’s TalePassion PlannerSecretFlying.com (for flight deals)NetflixHuluWord SwagFollower’s AssistantThe Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon (books)You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero (book)Anne of Green Gables by Lucy M. Montgomery (book series)Minda Harts of The Memo (on women-on-women crime)Kickass Theme Music: “Things Are Getting Better” Written by Rishi Dhir. Performed by The High Dials.Stay in the loop about future Le vital corps Salon episodes or with Kara: Twitter | Instagram | The List (sent monthly-ish including helpful health + lifestyle information)...
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