Reno Resident Brooke Siem Shares How She Learned to Pivot in Life and in Her Career
By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, January 30, 2023 10:56 am
RENO, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – There are many left turns and u-turns in life, as well as diversions and road obstacles. Some pivots we pick, while others are imposed upon us. Sometimes we lose our job or a relationship, and other times we decide it’s time to move on.
Brooke Siem, a Reno native and mental health advocate, appeared by Morning Break for this week’s Monday Motivations because she knows a thing or two about pivoting. She has worked as a professional dancer, baker, private chef, company owner, TV personality, author, speaker, mental health advocate, and many other things.
During Monday’s talk, Siem and Katey Roshetko explored whether it’s time to pivot in your life; how tough it is to pivot even if you’re “succeeding” on the original road; impostor syndrome; and how each chapter of your life builds on the last.
Watch Monday’s interview with Brooke Siem to learn more.
“May Cause Side Effects,” Brooke Siem’s debut novel, explores the anguish of antidepressant withdrawal and how she was forced to reconstruct her life after 15 years of using a mixture of prescription medication. Brooke’s previous work and features may be found in The Washington Post, EatingWell Magazine, and Psychology Today.
Brooke Siem contributes to Morning Break on a monthly basis. Siem may be found on Facebook and Instagram.
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