This podcast, hosted by Narkis Alon and Amalya Duek, talks about self-fulfillment in the 21st century;
In our shows we share tools, opportunities and insights for our career journey. We host courageous people, that are successful inside and out, and they honestly share about their desires, challenges, fears, and greatest wins regarding their career journey.
In the same way people choose to practice yoga so they become healthier, stronger, focused and happier- we practice "career yoga" for receiving clarity about our career path, learn methodologies for observing it and develop the courage needed for walking on our unique career.
In today's world especially, when 45% of employees plan to stay on the same job for less than 2 years, the need to adjust and re-examine your career path becomes relevant than ever. Similar to yoga, it's a life time practice, and its purpose is to make sure you are making a living from being who you are and from doing what you are passionate about.
Opening and closing track:
Up In My Jam (All Of A Sudden) by - Kubbi https://soundcloud.com/kubbi
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Sarah Tancman was an analyst in a governmental office but than something unexpected happened;
"Sometimes women tend to imagine things. Especially when they're pregnant."
This is what Sara Tancman's doctor told her at the hospital, when she came to examine the situation of her twin embryos since she felt something was going wrong with the pregnancy. She was on her 5th month and since she knew better than that, she decided not to listen to the doctor and went to the emergency room. That day she lost her babies. Contemplating what the doctor told her: "Nothing is wrong" and that "Women tend to imagine things" Sarah realized her mission in life was to influence the way the health system is interacting with women. Sarah always wanted to work for social change, and this incident exposed her to a problem that is not being addressed. Previously working as an analyst in a governmental office, and now working in leading a change in Israel, we are talking with Sarah about her life changing incident, the major shift she did in her career and the different resources this kind of career requires.