How to move on from a Job loss with Suzannah Weiss

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How to move on from a Job loss with Suzannah Weiss

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Discussion with Suzannah Weiss

How to move on from a Job loss with Suzannah Weiss

About Suzannah On this episode of My Perfect Failure “How to move on from a Job Loss” we are joined by Suzannah Weiss.

Suzannah currently serves as an Editor on Complex.  Suzannah is also a regular lifestyle writer on noted publications such as the Washington Post, Vice, Teen Vogue, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Bustle and Marie Claire.

Suzannah has been published in numerous books for her articles on gender, body image and Social Justice.  Suzannah has also been cited by Whoopi Goldberg for one of her articles.

On this episode Suzannah relives how a Job loss although painful at the time led to her true calling as a Writer and Author. Some of the areas we Cover.

·         How Suzannah came to terms with her Job loss.

·         Suzannah discusses how her Job loss has impacted her current career as a Writer.

·         The positives Suzannah has taken from the process.

·         Suzannah lends some advice for people looking to bounce back from a Job loss.

Articles by Suzannah 

·         https://www.bustle.com/p/9-successful-people-share-their-first-major-failure-8413012

Looking to Hire Suzannah for writing assignments 

·         suzannahlweiss@gmail.com

Please leave a reviewPlease if you can leave a review at  https://www.podchaser.com/MyPerfectFailure or the platform of your choice that would be great

 My Perfect Failure contact me 

Work with me: paul@myperfectfailure.com

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Discussion with Suzannah Weiss

How to move on from a Job loss with Suzannah Weiss

About Suzannah On this episode of My Perfect Failure “How to move on from a Job Loss” we are joined by Suzannah Weiss.

Suzannah currently serves as an Editor on Complex.  Suzannah is also a regular lifestyle writer on noted publications such as the Washington Post, Vice, Teen Vogue, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Bustle and Marie Claire.

Suzannah has been published in numerous books for her articles on gender, body image and Social Justice.  Suzannah has also been cited by Whoopi Goldberg for one of her articles.

On this episode Suzannah relives how a Job loss although painful at the time led to her true calling as a Writer and Author. Some of the areas we Cover.

·         How Suzannah came to terms with her Job loss.

·         Suzannah discusses how her Job loss has impacted her current career as a Writer.

·         The positives Suzannah has taken from the process.

·         Suzannah lends some advice for people looking to bounce back from a Job loss.

Articles by Suzannah 

·         https://www.bustle.com/p/9-successful-people-share-their-first-major-failure-8413012

Looking to Hire Suzannah for writing assignments 

·         suzannahlweiss@gmail.com

Please leave a reviewPlease if you can leave a review at  https://www.podchaser.com/MyPerfectFailure or the platform of your choice that would be great

 My Perfect Failure contact me 

Work with me: paul@myperfectfailure.com

MPF Website: http://www.myperfectfailure.com/ 

Insta: follow: https://www.instagram.com/padsmpf/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/failure_perfect 

Facebook MPF Private Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/377418129517757/ 

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