023: Getting unstuck in a career by finding your voice with Amy Li

After changing roles in the organization, Amy quickly realized her full potential was not being explored. She was bored and felt stuck in a dead end role, and she had no clue where to begin to change that. In this episode, Amy shares her journey through a career transition and the work she did to discover a calling and a clear purpose for her life. Amy holds a bachelors of business administration and american ethics. She has nearly completed a Masters in Psychology, and also enrolled in the school of psychology PhD program at the University of Washington. As she is navigating her new future Amy hopes to journey alongside children as they figure out who they are and who they wish to become. Join us this week as we discuss:

 

 

 

  • Sitting in the soul sucking corner
  • Continuing the pattern of finding jobs
  • Hiding without recognizing worth
  • Fruits of labor and leadership
  • Being seen is scary, especially when you are taught to be hidden
  • Out with the old, in with the new
  • Exposing yourself is scary, but it feels so good to be seen
  • Stories of the future
  • The fear of stepping forward alone
  • The process of spiritual purpose and calling

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One comment on “023: Getting unstuck in a career by finding your voice with Amy Li

  1. Alan Thomas says:

    I listened to this podcast for the first time today. I don’t even know how I came across it, since I don’t believe in coincidence, I believe that it was God’s timing. I have had the privilege of listening to Captain Jeff Andrechyn speak before but today was special.
    As I was listening to the podcast, I was at the 37:55 minute mark in it , feeling a bit emotional, eyes tearing up, then Jeff said the words ” To that person, I say you are chosen.”
    I was paying a bill from my book keeper for my business and at the same time I looked at the date of her bill, it was 10/18/18, that’s my birthday. This may seem inconsequential but I know that it was very consequential.
    This episode was so packed with wisdom I cannot express my gratitude enough.
    Thank you.
    Alan Thomas

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