How many jobs have you had? We have had numerous jobs. Some were jobs we loved, others were draining, and others were jobs we took just because we needed jobs.
At the age of twelve, Shannon took up a babysitting job. She babysat for a family that had abundance and enjoyed connecting with them. She taught swimming lessons a few times a week and later worked at a Day Spa Salon as an admin. It involved scheduling and confirming appointments.
After college, she did not want to take any corporate jobs, so she decided to be a nanny. She nannied for a family and later felt she needed to get a "real" job. Her fear was she felt like she was doing the family a disservice.
In 2013, she moved to San Francisco to sell a cultural exchange program. She hated calling 300 people weekly to sell the program. Later she moved to a billing coordinator role which she found energetically draining because she had to deal with many issues.
In 2015 she joined a clairvoyant training program which opened her up to accepting that she needed to leave her workplace. She always thought she wanted to be a kindergarten teacher, but ended up in HR after working as an executive assistant for several people.
For Lili, her career path has not been any different. She started as an English teacher at the age of 18 till she joined college. She graduated from University in Brazil with a BA in Advertising and Publicity with post graduation in marketing. Back then, Lili was interning at many advertisement agencies, recording studios, and everything related to that. By default, she thought that was the path for her, but life had other plans.
She ended up working as a marketing coordinator in a travel agency that would send people for exchange programs in different parts of the world, and that’s how she ended up in the US to date. When she landed in the US, she lived in San Francisco and later moved to LA and took any job she came across. It got tiring to juggle all those jobs, and she took a job at a student exchange program, but it was too much for her.
In 2008, she started working in different English schools, but the jobs became draining. It was a tough time to separate work stuff from personal life. Things bled into each other. In 2014, she moved back to San Francisco, at the cultural exchange organization but in a different department. Being contained in a cubicle was not working for her. She went back to working at an English school, but her job ended.
She became a nanny for multiple families and started meditation and clairvoyant training. When Covid hit, she thought people no longer needed nannies now that working from home had become the new normal. She was wrong. Parents needed support. Today she works with just one family, teaches meditation at the school she graduated from and is an energy healer. Shannon’s primary goal is to set up her healing practice where she can be in control of her time.
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Key Talking Points of the Episode:
[01:15] Shannon’s career journey and the difficulties she had to overcome
[35:38] Lili’s Career journey and how her psychic abilities have helped her
[51:33] Lessons that Lili took from all the jobs she has had
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