Mira Tasich, a loyal, hardworking, and devoted employee of several large corporations, finds herself unemployed, a victim of the recession. As a young teenager, she moved to America, learned a new language, and gained prestige and career success only to get laid off in a corporate downsizing.
Frustrated, angry, and confused, she struggles to justify the familial and personal sacrifices made over the years for her employers, including a 2,141-mile move away from family and friends to the Southwest. Her focus on slowing down her life and enjoying the immediate, rather than worrying about the future, will inspire listeners.
Mira writes that "we are conditioned to believe repetition is immutable", and she proves that change is what energizes her and holds the potential to energize others. Her journey of self-discovery and compromise provides insight to all listeners experiencing similar periods of identity crisis and priority reevaluation. With her self-deprecating sense of humor and undeterred determination, she offers a road map to her listeners as she evolves from a woman married to her job to a woman married to her passions.
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Matches almost exactly what I'm going through!