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Tess Vigeland, veteran radio producer and former anchor for public radio’s Marketplace, join us to discuss her story of leaping without a plan B.
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Everybody doesn’t have a calling, but why should they? @tessvigeland via @unmistakableCR
You have one life to live. Live it the way you want to live it. @tessvigeland via @unmistakableCR
You can’t be a journalist if you don’t have a curious mind. @tessvigeland via @unmistakableCR
There’s a great responsibility to making sure people are informed about their world. @tessvigeland via @unmistakableCR
People back from the cliff because they can’t imagine who they are without they do.
If the self-help books worked, we wouldn’t have so many of them.
Tess Vigeland is a veteran journalist, and a well-known voice to millions of American radio listeners. She is the CEO of Tess Vigeland Productions, a Los Angeles-based multi-media company. Tess spent 11 years as an anchor for public radio’s Marketplace, including six hosting the personal finance show Marketplace Money. Her first book, titled “Leap: Leaving A Job With No Plan B to Find the Career and Life You Really Want,” was published in August 2015, by Random House Harmony.