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Maggie Mabery- Changing Middle Schooler’s Lives Through A Passion Of Science

 

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Maggie Mabery is nothing short of amazing as she as been elected teacher of the year in California. She shares her love of science with her students, ultimately setting them up for a fun and successful year. 

Below is a summary of our interview. Maggie talks about being teacher of the year, her journey as a teacher and how she got her students to love science.

 

Quote:

“You need to go down in the dumps a little in order to get on top of that mountain”

3 Lessons Learned:

1.  How To Use Your Passion To Succeed

2. Learn How To Create A Fun Classroom Environment

3. How To Bounce Ideas Off Each other To Succeed

Maggie’s Featured Book:

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A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future

The future belongs to a different kind of person with a different kind of mind: artists, inventors, storytellers-creative and holistic “right-brain” thinkers whose abilities mark the fault line between who gets ahead and who doesn’t.

Drawing on research from around the world, Pink (author of To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others) outlines the six fundamentally human abilities that are absolute essentials for professional success and personal fulfillment–and reveals how to master them. A Whole New Mindtakes readers to a daring new place, and a provocative and necessary new way of thinking about a future that’s already here.

Kelly Pelletz- Can Ride-shares Be Women Only?

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In this interview, we discuss how Kelly’s personal circumstances effected her chosen career path as well as ways to overcome personal struggles and we even talk about her personal inspirtations.

 

Below is a summary of our interview:

 

Quote:

“this was going to be my mission. Just a matter of what I was going to help people”

3 Lessons Learned

  1. How Kelly Turned Her Passion Into A Business
  2. How Kelly Found Joy In Her Life Through Helping Others
  3. How Waiting To Go To College Helped Her Discover Her Passion

Harry Campbell – Using Uber To Fuel His Passion For Blogging

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Harry Campbell is the man, the myth, and the legend behind therideshareguy.com. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Harry went from being an aerospace engineer to an Uber and Lyft driver while incorporating his passion for blogging.

In this interview, we talk about Harry’s passion for writing and Uber and how he combined the two, as well as his background history and what inspires and drives his passion.

 

Below is a summary of our interview:

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Quote:

“Life is all about prioritization.” 

3 Lessons Learned

  1. How Activitely Participing In His Community Helped Him Find His Passion
  2. How He Took Control Of His Passions Through Blogging
  3. How He Learned To Leverage His Own Skillsets

Baylee Greenberg – Could A Text Message Prevent Suicide?

 

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Baylee Greenberg is the COO for Crisis Text Line, an organization geared toward helping people stray from self-harm through text message.

In this episode we talk about how Baylee became inspired to help people struggling mentally, as well as how meaningful her work is to her and others and we even get into her aha moment.

 

Quote:

“there is something so powerful in letting someone know they are not alone”

Below is a summary of our interview:

 

3 Lessons Learned

  1. How applying for a job helped her concquer her fear
  2. How to use text message as a tool to reach out to others
  3. How she gained the confidence to never doubt herself

Sarah Worley – Easy Ways To Play The Mediator Role

 

 

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Sarah Worley is a nationally known Mediator in the Boston area working for her company Sarah E. Worley Conflict Resolution P.C..  Not only was she first female mediator in the city of Boston, but she has also been recognized by Super Lawyers for her extensive background in law and he role as both a mediator and neutral.

In this interview, we discuss the grit behind being a mediator as well as Sarah’s aha moment and how her background shaped her experience as a mediator.

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Below is a summary of our interview:

 

Quote:

“Politeness was a requirement not an option.”

3 Lessons Learned

  1. How to be a successful mediator by staying netrual
  2. How to deal with stress and work under pressure
  3. How to find your life purpose