We are officially on day four of the Thrive in Wildlife Career Challenge! I am blown away by how committed and driven you have been throughout the last few days...it makes me so excited to teach you today's lesson!
For today, day 4, ACT, I am going to teach you how little actions add up to BIG results. And if you’ve been feeling stuck, confused, lost, or just want to get ahead I’m going to get started on some action now.
If you missed Days 1-3, that’s okay. You can catch up. This challenge will be up until January 27th. After that, I am taking it off of my podcast.
When you are doing this challenge, be sure to save your answers from the exercises. I am giving away free scholarships to my Successful Wildlife Professional program and you will need those answers to enter. I will have a form for you to enter before next week.
I’m Dr. Stephanie Manka (formerly Schuttler), a wildlife biologist of nearly 20 yrs with 20+ peer-reviewed scientific publications, author of the book Getting a Job in Wildlife Biology: What It’s Like and What You Need to Know (https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Job-Wildlife-Biology-What/dp/B08JDYXS4G/) and founder of Fancy Scientist. My channel and the Fancy Scientist LLC is dedicated to connecting people to science and nature, breaking stereotypes of, and empowering scientists. I help aspiring and struggling wildlife biologists get the right training so they can get jobs, live out their life’s purpose and make a difference in this world.
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