This week on Livelihood Show, host Marcy Rosenbaum presents a career navigation strategy that rides change instead of trying to manage it.
This week’s introduction to the Livelihood Show interview of Marcy Rosenbaum was conducted by Anna Drezen, an actor, writer and producer living in New York City. She interviewed Marcy using an adaptation of the famous Proust questionnaire featured by James Lipton on Inside the Actors' Studio....
“Marcy Rosenbaum is the host of "Livelihood," a weekly radio show about career paths in transition. She left her corporate job to pursue her dream of talk radio, and the show aims to help others figure out how to start fresh with a career they love. I'm not sure which I like more: her infectiously positive attitude, or her voice, which is like a fountain of warm Nutella.”
AD: What's your relationship to the theme of the show?
Marcy Rosenbaum: In my past career, I was a consultant. It was like being an actor. I couldn't act until someone gave me a role. I was on the shelf until someone cast me. I wanted to be more like a musician: a musician can play whenever they want; they just have to get an idea of how to make money at it.
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