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Marisa Eikenberry started in web development when her instructor pointed out a career path she didn't consider. Years later, she began editing podcasts by accident (previous sound engineering training) and quickly realized she loved it. And when her co-worker asked her to co-host a new podcast, she said YES despite never considering that as a possibility.
"He was like, you should go into web development, forget sound, go into our emerging media program instead."
In this episode, you will learn:
1. The power of saying yes when others see things in us that we never considered before
2. Marisa's experience as a web developer, podcast editor, and co-host, including her thoughts on the podcasting medium
Marisa Eikenberry is a web developer and podcaster. She has a degree in web development from Ball State University and has worked in the field for over six years. She edits three company podcasts and also co-hosts the "Long-Distance Worklife" podcast about remote work.
Marisa has been developing websites for The Kevin Eikenberry Group since she graduated from Ball State University in 2014. She also provides tech support for her team and DISC Personality Testing, shoots videos, and edits podcasts like The Remarkable Leadership Podcast, Talk Like a Leader, and Long-Distance Worklife. She has been married to her husband, Parker, since 2016 and resides in Indianapolis. Outside of work, Marisa enjoys playing video games with her husband, cooking, and volunteering with an online church and her local Phi Mu Fraternity alumnae chapter, as well as making her way through her never-ending stack of to-be-read books.
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