Shelley Paxton spent 26 years building a wildly successful career in the corporate world as a marketing executive, working for some of the worlds iconic brands like Harley-Davidson & McDonald’s. In 2016, Shelley walked away from the corporate world...
Shelley Paxton spent 26 years building a wildly successful career in the corporate world as a marketing executive, working for some of the worlds iconic brands like Harley-Davidson & McDonald’s. In 2016, Shelley walked away from the corporate world. She felt it was time for her to stop living business and get into the business of living. Listen to her incredibly real story that lead her to becoming the Chief Soul Officer of her life.
Visit Shelley’s website at www.Soulbbatical.com where you can find out more about her, her book, Soulbbatical, and more.
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Shelley Paxton spent 26 years as a highly regarded marketing and advertising executive stewarding some of the world’s most iconic brands like Harley-Davidson, Visa, McDonald’s, and AOL. In 2016 she walked away from the corporate world to nurture her soul and discover her purpose. She christened herself Chief Soul Officer and called the journey her Soulbbatical. It did more than change her life, it became her calling.
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