Working Women: Valerie Jarrett and the Importance of Mentorship

Working Women: Valerie Jarrett and the Importance of Mentorship

Have you also experienced this situation? You have a career, but your current job is not giving you what you need. It doesn’t bring you joy in life, it somehow doesn’t feel meaningful. That’s exactly what Michelle Obama experienced.

Suddenly she realised that she hadn’t really spent much time in her youth doing what she liked, instead she was chasing one career title after another. Through her mentor Valerie Jarrett, she learned to get off this hamster wheel. Michelle Obama began to think about what she should and wanted to do in the future.

A very inspiring podcast about why each of us should have a mentor.

Mentoring strengthens your ability to form, build and grow interpersonal relationships.

Mentoring increases your personal satisfaction.

Mentoring encourages knowledge sharing

About the Author

The Michelle Obama Podcast has been around since 2020. In personal and emotional conversations, Michelle Obama talks with friends, mentors, and family members about topics like family, health, life experiences, and the very special relationships that define and shape each individual.

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is an American lawyer and author, who served as the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She was the first African-American woman to serve in this position. She is married to the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama.


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