Imagine being excited to go to work every day. It’s not a dream, and it can actually make your life and your outlook on it, a lot better, according to an article entitled “12 Reasons to Do What You Love for a Living” in Business News Daily. Experts say that when you love what you do, you feel more fulfilled, productive and motivated. You're excited to tackle new industry challenges, you can serve others better, you're a more effective leader, you will push yourself to succeed and your work doesn't feel like a chore. Some even say that loving what you do actually improves your mental health!
Connecticut School of Broadcasting graduates Dana Parisi, James Hunsberger and Lauren Fantini couldn’t agree more. Dana was a teacher for the New York Educational System when she decided to attend our Hasbrouck Heights Campus. Today she’s a top DJ known as “MJ” on New YorkCity radio station WBLI. James Hunsberger was a plumber who didn’t want the rest of his life to go down the drain. He enrolled at our Tampa Campus and is now a Video Producer for Tampa Bay Multimedia. You’d think being a lawyer was a dream job, right? It didn’t check all the boxes for Lauren Fantini, who attended our Cherry Hill, NJ campus. Today she’s a Sports Producer for Penn Broadcasting Network. If you’re not doing what you love, it’s never too late. Contact Connecticut School of Broadcasting today, find a campus near you and you could start doing what you love in months not years! www.gocsb.com