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How to make work meaningful with Nana aba Duncan & Garvia Bailey

Season 1, Ep. 3

The Great Resignation is an indication that many people are questioning their work. Is this how I want to spend my life? Is my work meaningful to me?

 

These are questions that Nana aba Duncan, Garvia Bailey and I have asked ourselves many times. We founded the Media Girlfriends podcast company in 2020. It was a scary leap but also a natural evolution. 

 

In this episode, I speak with my closest colleagues to discuss career trajectories and how to make work meaningful.



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