What is the cost of success? In today's episode I sit down with Mary Grace Gardner and she expands her ideas on that question. In her pursuit for corporate success, she realized that she was lacking in other areas. She did not have as much time to spend with loved ones, hobbies, or self care. Through this realization, Gardner spent dedicated time defining what success looked like and meant for her. This process is ultimately what led her to a life of multidimensional success.
Mary Grace Gardner is a college admissions and career coach who helps students find their passions and write compelling college application essays so that they can apply to the college of their dreams with confidence. She served as part of the UC Berkeley admissions team, earned acceptance to colleges like Yale, Johns Hopkins and UCLA, and mentored students across the globe over the past ten years. She specializes in helping students figure out their unique stories and learn what they might be interested in for their future careers by supporting them to launch passion projects using growth mindset, design thinking, lean, innovation, leadership and project management.
Listen to the full episode as she shares insights and ideas on how to define success for yourself, how to create that work - life balance, and create a mission driven life full of purpose.
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