Should You Pursue Your Passion?

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The age-old advice to “follow your passion” can be a bit…unhelpful.

Today Emilie explore why with Lauren Underwood, who worked full-time throughout her primary campaign for Congress, and is now in the running to become the first woman – and the first person of color – to ever represent her Illinois hometown.

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  1. […] Should you pursue your passion? Emilie sat down with first-time candidate, full-time badass, Lauren Underwood, who might become the first-ever woman of color elected to Congress in her home district. Hear what made her make the leap – and why pursuing your passions, despite the risks, is so worth it. Listen Now! >> None of us get there faster alone. My latest boss tip is about leaning on your courage community to keep activist burnout at bay. Listen now > […]

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