Podcast Episode #455
Shannon Miles joins us today to discuss her new book, The Third Option, and the rise of working from home.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- “It’s important to have women in the room and speaking into major decisions in the church and workplace.”
- “Women do not have to choose between careers or families. There’s a way to do both and succeed.”
- Making working from home succeed requires a mindset shift to think that employees can get their job done while not having to be in the office.
About the Book:
The Third Option encourages you to be honest with yourself, to dream what is possible, and helps you decide when the time is right make a change. It will start you on a path to do what’s required to go after your own third option, where you can live and work on your own terms.
About Shannon Miles
With her husband, Bryan, Shannon Miles is the cofounder of BELAY, a leading US-based, virtual solutions company with over six hundred team members—all working from home, pursuing their Third Option. Without an office, BELAY has graced the Inc. 5000 list three times and was awarded the number one spot in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Best Company Culture.
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