It’s Monday, and that means bold moves are happening! The woman featured in Bold Moves Podcast Episode 273 Kendra Swalls is a teacher turned photographer! She left her teaching career to pursue her passion of photography full time, even though people thought she was crazy. She’s now happier than ever.
She explains how she made the jump to photography full time, Kendra found herself spending 90% of her time at her day job thinking of her hobby, and that’s when she knew it was time to take the bold move. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 273 Kendra Swalls!
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[Tweet “By the time I had my second child, I said I want this to be my full-time job, I want to not go back to teaching.” – @girlmeansbusiness via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “I loved my teaching job, but it’s just not what my heart is telling me to do.” – @girlmeansbusiness via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “If it’s been placed on your mind, or on your heard, it’s there for a reason.” – @girlmeansbusiness via @MandieBrice”]
Kendra recommended* a few books for listeners to check out! If you’re interested I’ve listed them here for ease of access. The books were Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen by Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by
If you’ve read all of those and want to know more of what Bold Moves guests are reading, peep the book list here!
I hope you found Kendra’s bold move as inspiring as I did!
P.S. If you want even more inspiration, take a peek at this master list of Bold Moves Podcast guests!
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