I was very excited recently to be interviewed by Chad Halcom of Crain’s Detroit Business regarding the education I obtained to make the transition from automotive HR executive to Attention and AD/HD Coach. The article was posted this week in Crain’s special supplement regarding the Mackinac Policy Conference. The link is provided below. Although you have to register in order to see the whole article, I can tell you that my favorite quote is, “Doing what you love doesn’t feel like work, Laura Rolands said of her new career path.” This is so very true. If any of you are considering a career change, I strongly recommend you hire a career coach.
Here is the link to the article: Making the most of training opportunities, ex-Chrysler manager now helps those coping with ADHD. Halcom states, “Doing what you love doesn’t feel like work, Laura Rolands said of her new career path except, perhaps, when you self-promote. Rolands, 39, took a buyout package and left her job Nov…”
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