ARCADIA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 16, 2017 — For 26 years, Michelle McCullar worked for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in systems engineering for unmanned spacecraft. She literally is a rocket scientist.
But for McCullar, space was not the final frontier.
Today, McCullar brings all the knowledge and experience of working for the world’s most technically-advanced organization to rocket results for startup businesses.
“What my years at NASA taught me is that without mission, vision, purpose, or passion, no amount of skills, income, or prestige will suffice,” says McCullar. “What really makes rocket science and those extraterrestrial programs work is there's a big mission and vision and people who are really passionate about what they do. And there's also a more terrestrial purpose: to discover things that can help us to better understand our own world.”
Looking back on her experience at NASA, McCullar says she was basically coaching all the time, taking dysfunctional teams and turning them into highly functional, award winning teams where individuals were in the right place, doing what they enjoyed and do best.
“I was able to see all the puzzle pieces and put them together in a way that really worked,” says McCullar. “I was always good at being able to see the best in people, what they do best, and drawing out their brilliance.”
McCullar says she didn’t intentionally set out to attract startups, but they tend to be most the excited to have someone that is going to encourage them and point them in the right direction. Across the board, McCullar’s clients say they want to create a lifestyle-friendly business that makes a real difference in the world. McCullar helps her clients get crystal clear on their high-profit niche, their magnetic messages, and the services they provide derived from the unique union of their mission, vision, purpose, passion and expertise.
“It's a partnership with my clients,” says McCullar. “I'm not there to tell them what to do, I'm there to guide them and help them recognize, own and package their unique value so they can prosperously make the contribution they want to make. When your message is clear and you own your value, you’ll stand out, be heard and get paid what you’re worth – ultimately allowing you to live a fulfilling life of world-changing contribution.”
CUTV News Radio will feature Michelle McCullar in an interview with Jim Masters on November 20th at 2pm EST and with Doug Llewelyn on November 27th at 2pm EST.
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If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.
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