Episode 111 – Rebecca Jeffreys – How to Change Careers After 35 Years

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world in so many ways. For some people, the past year has led to a major shift in the work they do, either by necessity or by desire – both of which are reasons that propelled Rebecca Jeffreys to end her 35-year career as a professional flutist and launch Sprouting Health Families.

In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Rebecca speaks with host Lynne Golodner about how she turned her journey parenting a child with autism into an effort to support parents along their autism journeys. Her new coaching company provides one-on-one and group settings to shore up parents’ self-care and emotional strength as they guide their children through school and life.

In this episode, Lynne and the Rebecca discuss:
Coming up next on the Make Meaning Podcast:

Lynne interviews John Wynn, owner of The Wynn Network, who talks about eliminating mental roadblocks, empowering youth to succeed, and finding mentors who look like you to show you what is possible.

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