[Ep. 295] How to Change Careers at Any Age with Jennifer Turliuk

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I see picking a career as a “Choose your own adventure”.

Jennifer Turliuk HeadshotI’ve seen so many people either quit their job or reconsider their current profession over the course of the pandemic. It’s not completely surprising that with so many changes in the last 18 months, everyone is taking stock of their life. That’s why today’s podcast episode is so timely. I’m joined by Jennifer Turliuk, entrepreneur and author of How to Figure Out What to Do With Your Life (Next).

Jennifer Turliuk is an entrepreneur, writer, and speaker that resides in Toronto. Jennifer is the CEO of MakerKids, which started the first and largest makerspace for kids in the world and now runs award-winning virtual programs, camps, and parties on Coding, Robotics, and Minecraft. Her book, How to Figure Out What to Do With Your Life (Next) breaks down her strategy of how to make a career change at any age and what led her to her own change in career path. 

My career path has not been linear and I’m always excited to have guests on the show that further reinforce the idea that it doesn’t have to be. Jennifer’s book is a great toolkit for anyone looking to make a change and to remember that it doesn’t matter what age you are, you can start or change your life at any time.

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