How to Use Your Job to Make the World a Little Better Place with Christine Mafana
This week Katy chats with guest Christine Mafana about her collegehood experience. As ambitious, hardworking, first generation college student, Christine, immersed herself deeply into college life. She shares how she learned self reliance, perseverance, and not taking herself too seriously. Along the way, she also demonstrates how to use adversity and failure to help clarify goals and create a path that aligns with your true self.
This collegehood story teaches students how the shiniest opportunity might not be a good match, how dissatisfaction can ultimately lead to fulfillment, and how even required classes that seem pointless can become invaluable resources in professional life.
Now we want to hear from you! What are your take aways from our chat with Christine?
More About Christine Mafana
Christine is currently the Marketing Coordinator for the Graduate school of Social, University of Denver. She is learning to live with a spirit of gratitude, even for the smallest of things. Her current adventure is to make her way through all 50 States. Last year, she visited 12 different states, and this year she's looking forward to going abroad to 5 new countries (Switzerland, France, Czech Republic, Germany, and Swaziland). She's happy to call Denver home, where she lives with her partner. If you haven’t been to a mountain state, she encourages you to go now! The world looks so much more beautiful when you’re looking down at the view!
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