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(KSL News) -- One of our former collegues paid a visit to Salt Lake City today. Jane Clayson was in town to speak to the Salt Lake Chamber.
Her address was titled "When Lightning Strikes--Career Agility in an Uncertain World." Jane spent 15-years on TV news, starting here at KSL, and then working with ABC and CBS News.
Then one day she decided to quit and change direction. Now she's married with a 6-month old little girl and couldn't be happier. She said sometimes it's healthy to change directions in life.
Jane Clayson-Johnson: "Our fears keep us form looking into a lot of unusual places, both personally and professionally. And sometimes you have to be willing to take a risk, rather than hold onto that safe sure thing."
Jane Clayson says following your heart can be key in helping make difficult decisions in life; and she says, don't be afraid to fail.