Ever wondered how to bring your whole self to work, even the faith side? Victoria Fishel, an oncology nurse in the Bay Area, and Megan Haverkorn who works at Google discuss how their faith impacts the way they show up at work. Listen to hear practical tips on how to be more aware of your spiritual side as you work in your workplace each day whether it’s over zoom at Google like Megan or treating patients in their vulnerable states like Victoria. Faith isn’t something just for weeknights and weekends. These two career women walk us through their own personal journeys of how their faith compels them to do their best work and to have compassion with those around them. Listen in to this first episode in our Faith & Work series. Victoria Fischer moved from Texas to San Jose, California in 2018 where she works as an RN. When she is not at work you can find her hiking, reading, traveling (pre-covid), or pointing out which part of her body is currently the coldest. Megan Haverkorn is (and always be) 100% Texan, but she moved to San Jose, California in 2018 and currently works for Google. Her favorite things are too numerous to mention but she’s almost always in the mood for musicals, swing sets, Blue Bell ice cream, and the beach. Listen to them talk about work and faith and the way they blend into one in each of their careers. Stay In Touch: Connect on Facebook and Instagram with thoughts, questions, and feedback. Rate, review and share this podcast with anyone that would love to listen. Find Us Online: @aworldof.difference on Instagram and A World of Difference on Facebook
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