Lindsay Palmer has made it a habit to create opportunities where none seem to exist.  In this interview, Lindsay talks with Mitch about the strategies you can use to create opportunities and live more of the life you want to live.

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In college, Lindsay Palmer couldn’t find an internship in her chosen field.  So, she created one.

That’s right.  She created an internship in event planning and started to help student organizations on campus to run better events.  With all the experience she gained, she was later able to land a coveted position with her beloved Pittsburgh Steelers.

Lindsay couldn’t find a mentor in her area.  So she started to network via LinkedIn and through some of her contacts in other cities.  This intentional effort paid off… big time.  Because she was able to meet with one of the industry’s top event planners.  Not only that but she wound up being invited to attend a series of events as her new mentor’s special guest.

Lindsay’s “ideal job” didn’t exist when she graduated, so she took a “bridge job” which helped her to learn additional skills and grow in her experience.  Plus, she started up her own event planning and speaker booking agency to continue to build up her skills and make some extra money.

Now… just a few years later… she’s in her dream job.

And, we’re freakishly blessed to say… that it’s with the BIG Dream Gathering team.

Lindsay has some great stories and some powerful insights to share when it comes to creating opportunities… especially when none seem to exist.

If you’ve ever felt a little stuck… or if you’re feeling like you need to make a change, but you’re not sure where to start…

I think you’re going to love this interview.

Let us know what stood out to you from Lindsay’s story and strategies.

Comment below and let’s talk.



Mitch Matthews

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