Welcome to Bold Moves Podcast Episode 327 Daniela Gilet. Daniela has done so many different things in her life. Talent Aquisition, podcast host, coding teacher. She does a little bit of everything. She’s also working on her first book.
Today, Daniela shares the bold moves she made, her healthcare experiences, and so much more. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 327 Daniela Gilet!
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As I mention in the intro, I was on Daniela’s podcast, too! Here’s a link to check that out!
Don’t forget, you can watch Bold Moves Podcast Episode 327 Daniela Gilet on my YouTube channel as well which is embedded below!
[Tweet “It’s all about helping people and getting that sense of fulfillment.” – @DanielaGilet via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “I’m really good at connecting with people.” – @DanielaGilet via @MandieBrice”]
Reading list running low? Daniela has some great reads. The books she recommended* were Be Calm: Proven Techniques to Stop Anxiety Now by The Introverted Leader: Building on Your Quiet Strength by Write It Down, Make It Happen: Knowing What You Want And Getting It by
All Bold Moves guests give us book recommendations, so if you’re needing new reads, peep the book list here!
Join our online book club! Our next read is in honor of Black History Month, so join us to help us choose!
If this episode was helpful, and you’re looking for more, I’ve got some eBooks to help you improve in 2020, check out my goal setting guide, or check out my makeup book here to help you improve your makeup looks for 2020.
She’s also inviting people to sign up for her SQL coding course!
P.S. If you want even more inspiration, take a peek at this master list of Bold Moves Podcast guests! You won’t regret it!
*If you’re looking for some good juju, you’ve come to the right place. Clicking on these links gives you the same Amazon price and experience you’d expect, but also gives me a little commission for making the recommendation. I appreciate it!