Bold Moves Podcast Episode 247 Kenzie Bond is the story of a woman who has made some bold moves! She literally walked out of her 10-year job (that included housing) without a plan or any other job lined up. She took a year off to decompress, then entered a field she didn’t expect, going back to school to get her Masters & Ph.D. Kenzie’s life is completely different than she ever imagined and her big bold move paid off in so many ways. At that point in her life, she had 2 choices – to jump or to stay stuck & miserable and Kenzie chose to jump. I hope you enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 247 Kenzie Bond!
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[Tweet “There are no wrong choices for your life. None of them are permanent, none of them are static.” – Lauren Armstrong via @KenzieABond”]
[Tweet “Allow things to unfold. We want to control every situation. Where’s the magic in that?” – Lauren Armstrong via @KenzieABond”]
When we chatted, Kenzie recommended* a few books. I’ve listed them below if you’re interested in checking them out. The books she recommended were Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar by
For more books recommended by past podcast guests, click here, and for more podcast guests (organized by category) click here!
If you want to connect with Kenzie, you can find her on her website, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Did this blow you away like it did me? I hope so!
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