Work-Life Balance

3 Lessons I Learned About Managing My Work Life After Surviving Breast Cancer

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Career Guidance

When Meredith Goldberg was three years old, she wanted to be a manicurist. Upon realizing that she lacked the artistic skill, she started making things up. Her imagination keeps running where she works as a Marketing Director. When diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32, Goldberg began to chronicle her adventures with navigating this new world of medicine and what comes “next.”

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