I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Jocelyne Daw for over six or seven years now. I consider her a mentor and had the opportunity to work with her in my former role in community investment. As a consultant that focuses on how to build community investment portfolios, partnership and branding, Jocelyne has a wealth of experience, but as a human being, I’m always blown away by Jocelyne.
When I think of the concept of ‘having it all’, I truly do think of Jocelyne. That’s not to say that it isn’t without hard work – Jocelyne is one of the hardest workers I know – but she’s also one of the few people I know that seems to have a true sense of who they are, what their core values are, and lives them out daily.
In this interview Jocelyne and I talk about what it was like for her to take on a leadership role at such a young age, how she juggled major career moves and motherhood, starting her own consulting firm, what it takes to have a strong, lasting marriage, and finally we talk about her tips for staying organized when you wear so many hats.
This podcast is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB. The other podcast that I mentioned in the intro was The WorkNotWork Show hosted by Terence, and I highly recommend you check it out. We also quickly chatted about the ATB Entrepreneur Centre.
I love the story that Jocelyne shares from her music teacher at a young age. If we want to be successful, there is only one person that can make that happen – ourselves.
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