EP 110 | What they Don’t Teach you in Design School with Sarah Vermunt
About this Episode
Although we learned a lot in design school, many of us felt unprepared to run a business. It’s never too late to reengineer your business into what it might have been on day one.
In this episode we learn:
- there are 2 ways to navigate your career
- why clarity must come before strategy
- how boundaries are only part of the solution to overwhelm
- questions to consider before starting your business (or as soon as you hear this podcast)
- should you start with a side hustle or go all in
Tell Us: What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned that you wish they taught you in design school?
Congratulations to our winners!
Tania Bell from Victoria, Australia
Michelle Fleischhacker from Alberta, Canada
About Sarah Vermunt
Sarah Vermunt is the founder of Careergasm and the author of Careergasm and Career Rookie. She helps people figure out what the heck they want so they can quit jobs they hate and do work that FEELS GOOD. Her work has been featured at Forbes, Fortune, Inc., Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and lots of other cool places. She lives in Toronto and online at Careergasm.com.
Careergasm: Find Your Way To Feel-Good Work
Career Rookie: A Get-It-Together Guide for Grads, Students & Career
COURSE: The Hiring Process | 5 Simple Steps
COURSE: Scaling Your Office | Member Directed Course
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