“I want to be very intentional about what is to come.”
Julia
Former ATC Client for 10 years

Former client and now colleague, Julia, talks about her plan for the future and what she has carried from ATC into her work today.

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Rob: So you were mentioning, before the interview started, your 40-year-old plan. And I'm fascinated, I'd love to hear it.

Julia: I want to be able to feel like I'm—There's this native proverb that says that to heal yourself is to heal seven generations back and seven generations forward. Everything that I want to do I want to be very intentional about what is to come and what has been. And so, I just want to be in a good place for that in my life. I also want to have a partner and I want to be happy and I want a family too. Maybe eventually maybe another child. Not really planning on it too soon, but ...

Rob: One last thing I want to ask you, because it's something you've talked to me about before and it's always interesting, is how you feel you carry your experience as a client with ATC from when you were into your current work.

Julia: Yeah. I think that one of the things I really push with everybody is I know that we did it a certain way in our lives and I know that maybe it worked out really well, or this was a really great way to do something, but also being able to let people kind of explore what works for them. I think that's a value that I definitely bring from ATC into the work I do now.

Definitely the model of your guys' outreach is really awesome of just meeting people where they're at. I like that. I think there's a lot of pieces that I pretty much bring.

Rob: Well I hope you know that it's a mutual thing. We are shaped by you. We are shaped by all of the people that we work with and our organization is constantly changing and evolving.