life : imprint interview


what to do : who to be : still figuring it out

Hi All -

Sweet Jessie interviewed me about the career change I made from legal to marketing a few years ago. I'm excited and really nervous, too. If you're interested, you can read all about it at Imprint Magazine. Thank you so much Jessie!

xo, Cindy

18 comments:

Julia said...

*whisking myself away* Must read the interview :) I'm so excited!

Great photo, Cindy!

XOXO

Julia said...

I'm back--it was a GREAT interview Cindy! I'm really impressed by the courage it took to even take the first step from one law firm to the next and then sticking with marketing in the end. WOW! You are inspiring, my dear :)

I especially liked your last paragraph on core values and being true!

Bravo!

cindy : quaint said...

thank you julia, you are such a doll! i think i talk too much for a quiet person ;)!

design for mankind. said...

Oh how wonderful! And I loooove Seth Godin, p.s. ;)

Jessie Cacciola said...

Yey--thanks Cindy! xo

Cicada Studio said...

That was an incredible read! I'm so happy to know more about you and I'm so impressed with all you've accomplished and that which you've challenged yourself. I think you are on an ever-evolving path, Cindy, and that seems to be a very nice way to live your life. Those core values are what's keeping you focused on what's important. Good for you. Yes, indeed, anything's possible! Just got to keep your eyes and heart open, right?

cindy : quaint said...

thanks erin! i attended an email conference a few years ago and seth godin was a featured speaker. all the other gurus presented the usual power point slides - hum drum. then, he got up and showed pictures of cows and light bulbs and actually spoke to us. he's great at presenting concepts.

thanks again jessie!

thanks so much michelle! i'm like my mom and don't give myself much credit as i think anyone could do these things if they tried. but, trying can be 'trying', especially in the midst of turbulence. i don't think i'm done yet, so you are right - keep your eyes and heart open. and, don't be comfortable saying these words 'i don't know.' always try to find out.

Laura said...

how exciting!
i can't wait to read it!

Krissy said...

Can't wait to read it! Going now :)

Melissa de la Fuente said...

That is so terrific Cindy! So great to get to know you a little better!
Congratulations! :)
xo
Melis

Kelly C. said...

wonderful interview! your tale is inspiring. so inspiring. people always ask me when i'm going to give up one of my three careers, but i really wouldn't have it any other way... (for now at least!)
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The Lil Bee said...

Wow...so cool! And I love this photo. Like you have come so far, yet have these wordly goals you have yet to conquer. Very inspiring;) I'm going to go read it now...

Waterrose said...

Great interview ....congrats!

please sir said...

OH yay - I must read since I need to answer some questions too!!

Fifi Flowers said...

Good interview! Good for you! Career changes can sometimes be EXACTLY what a girl needs!

cindy : quaint said...

it's a little (immensely) nerve-wracking to put myself out there like that, but worth it if one person can find something positive.

jess gonacha said...

ooh, i can't wait to read this! how exciting for you-- i'm sure your story is really inspirational. have a great weekend!

cindy : quaint said...

thanks jess!