Jowan Smith, a 36-year-old single mother on Cleveland’s east side, had two kids to raise.
So for 15 years, she paid the bills by marketing, promoting and selling radio, print and television ads.
“Working in sales, living upside down, if anybody working in sales, they know what you mean. That means your commission is not coming,” said Smith. “I said, ‘It’s do or die, I have to make a change here.’ “
Smith knew she had to get unstuck. She had mouths to feed and bills to pay. But how?
Dr. Antoine Moss, a career coach, makes a living out of making dream careers possible.
“First you establish where am I now, what do I want to be and how do I get there?” said Moss.
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