Marjean Marciniak audited The Brain Program last April—a refresher course that she says was well worth attending. She first attended in the fall of 1994. At the time she was employed as an operating room nurse. However, as technology changed and greater and greater demands were placed on her, she found herself less and less happy with her career path.
At The Brain Program Dr. Arlene Taylor told her, You have developed competencies in all four modes. You can do anything in life you want to do. That was a very empowering and liberating concept for Marjean. Then Arlene went on to explain that we are usually most successful and happiest when we can match our career to our innate giftedness.
Soon after that, Marjean decided to change her career path. Following her life-long interest in investments, she became a financial advisor. It seems like a big switch, she explained, but it was a very smooth transition. It’s another way of taking care of people and I love it. And, since it so much better matches my innate brain lead, I am able to excel. Arlene was right. I now expend far less energy and achieve far better results. It’s amazing!
Note: Marjean utilizes a personal inventory process to help her clients identify and prioritize their personal financial goals and to select appropriate strategies in planning for a more secure financial future. She also presents educational money-management workshops to organizations and community groups. Marjean can be reached at:
Waddell & Reed Financial Services
2140 Jefferson Street, Suite 200
Napa, California 94559