What if a crisis could be your biggest opportunity to finally CHOOSE the life you want? Today’s guest Alan Alabastro did just that, and joins us to share how a layoff helped him catalyze a new passionate career path. Learn how he started with a simple list of what he wanted out of life, and built an exciting photography career around that ideal lifestyle. Tune in for our best tips on reconnecting with your desires, integrating your passions into your career, and allowing new life paths to unfold naturally.
Alan Alabastro is owner and photographer at Alabastro Photography, a professional commercial and corporate photography company, specializing in corporate events, tourism and performance photography.
Clients include Microsoft, Zillow, Expedia, Cardinal Health, Pacific NW Ballet, Seattle Opera and Seattle Repertory Theatre. Associations include Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, World Trade Center Seattle, Meeting Professionals International and International Live Events Association.
Alan is also Founder and Host of Da Coconut Wireless Radio Show featuring music from Hawaii and the Pacific Islands, airing Sundays on KSER 90.7FM-Everett since 2001.
Community service includes past-Chairman of Asian Pacific Island Coalition (APIC) of Snohomish County, board member of Asian Pacific Island Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF), and organizer API Community Leadership Day.
Alan holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cal State University Long Beach and worked as a designer, Project Engineer, Control Systems Engineer and Sales Engineer.
Originally from San Francisco, he and his wife moved to Seattle in 1998 to raise their three talented children. Now that they are empty nesters, they have expanded their photography business to include more national and international travel.
Listen to the podcast below:
More Business More Life Podcast® Episode 22 – with Alan Alabastro
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