Mon, Jul 20 | Online Event

Creating Prosperity to Fulfill on Your Purpose

Learn how to culitvate key resources to fulfill on your crazy big career dreams to make the world a better place
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Creating Prosperity to Fulfill on Your Purpose

Time & Location

Jul 20, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
Online Event

About the Event

Do you have a deep heart-centered career dream that feels more akin to a calling than a job? This may put you at risk of terrorizing fear that you won't have the money or other resources to see your dream through. To fulfill on a calling requires multiple leaps of faith in order to cultivate prosperity.  At this event, we'll talk with Whitney Reynolds, a woman with big faith who has consistently demonstrated the ability to cultivate the resources and  money to fulfill on her big crazy dream and calling: her television show The Whitney Reynolds Show.

Event overview:

  • Opening remarks by Gina Marotta about money fear as the biggest career dream killer 
  • Interview with Whitney Reynolds about following her most authentic career dream with big faith 
  • Guided activity for you to connect to your most authentic career dream and next steps  

Admission is Free

Watch live on Monday July 20 or receive the recording on Tuesday

About the Series

You are a Genius is a professional development online event series hosted by Gina Marotta, Career Coach + Spiritual Guide with the vision to inspire courageously sharing your inner genius through your work. 

About Gina Marotta, Series Host

Gina Marotta is a career coach and spiritual guide known as "The Genius Guru." She believes everyone is a genius but most people don't know what their genius is or how to integrate it into their work because society honors outdated values for career success. Gina passionately teaches and inspires people to to recognize and unleash their genius and bring heart and soul into their careers to create fun, fulfillment, and flow at work. Gina's work has been featured in media outlets such as: Thrive Global, The Huffington Post, and WGN Radio. 

Earlier in her career, Gina was a criminal defense attorney for some of Chicago’s highest profile cases, and she also served as Managing Director for a national nonprofit catalyzing career advancement for women and girls. Gina stays connected to these roots by giving back to her community as a mentor for the next generation start-up social entrepreneurs and as an activist to shift our criminal justice system from beng punative in nature to restorative and healing. For her dedication to service over the course of her 25-year career, Gina has received several awards and accolates such as being named 50 Under 50 and among 100 Women Making a Difference.

About Whitney Reynolds, Featured Guest 

Emmy nominated Whitney Reynolds' news background and passion for people have been combined to create a show that is changing conversation for talk TV. She produces a program that is dedicated to being a safe space for delicate life stories. She found her mission first hand through her own difficult childhood. The Whitney Reynolds Show educates, motivates and makes a difference, one topic at a time. What started as an online talk show, the program gained momentum quickly and moved to NBC within its first year. In 2012 the show made strategic changes, which included a move to PBS Stations in Chicagoland, The Quad Cities, Peoria, Champaign-Urbana and Jacksonville, FL. You can also nationally stream the show via PBS Video App and Amazon Prime. The Whitney Reynolds Show is currently in season nine and recently released its first book, "Beyond The Interview, A 52 Week Guide of Inspiration."

The mission however, doesn’t stop with her program. Whitney also has a segment on iHeart Radio and columns in Chicago Parent Magazine and The Glu. On each of these platforms she is using her voice to create positive change through media.

Originally from Oklahoma, she's learned how to combine southern charm with big city hustle. Her motto is: If the door closes, find the darn window. Whitney graduated from Baylor University in three years and then moved to New York to intern for Good Morning America. Post GMA, she was a morning anchor in both Oklahoma and Texas. She has since planted her roots in Chicago and lives in the Lakeview neighborhood with her husband David and twins.   

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