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Anthony Panissidi - October 2014
Breast cancer led Gail Coulter to change careers, quitting her job as a court stenographer to open her own small cafe. The Asbury Park Press writes about Coulter's cancer journey and how it impacted her career choices. The article explains Coulter's journey through treatment and how it led to her career change:
"Afterward, Coulter briefly returned to her job as a court stenographer, but she found that she no longer enjoyed it.
Instead, she said she sought something that would distract her from thinking about the possibility of a relapse. So in July 2013, she leased the building that formerly housed The Cottage, a small diner at Broadway and Inlet Drive, where she opened The Food Shack the following month.
'I didn't want to always be thinking about it and I'm so busy here that I don't think about it,' she said."
Cancer is often inspiration for career change for survivors.
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Original source: www.app.com