Career agility: From budget finance and fundraising to career coaching
Four-time (and counting) career changer Nicolle Merrill excels in professional reinvention. Her human-centered approach to career change, combined with a relentless curiosity about emerging career trends, has led to speaking engagements across the US, as well as in Canada and Ireland.
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Career agility: From budget finance and fundraising to career coaching

In this episode, Lindsey is only two weeks into her new position as a career coach at a university. She’s fresh off her career change and takes us on her journey of how she got from working in budget finance to career coaching.

This episodes covers a range of topics, from having the confidence to make a career change to taking a break for family and then returning to work full time. Plus we talk about what it’s like to work in higher education.

This episode is for anyone who has ever had multiple professional interests.

Also: Are you a chaos muppet or an order muppet? Listen to find out.

Quotes from the episode that show you how good it feels to be on the other side of a career change:

“You can see a pattern maybe in my story is just that I am passionate about a lot of things and I think I can do a lot of things. So, I just kind of follow my heart.”

On what it’s like to be on the other side of a career change:
“I love learning about people and stories and so in the two weeks I’ve been here, it just is so natural. It doesn’t feel like work. “

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