FREE SAMPLE of
Discover What You Were Born To Do®
Recently, I had someone request a sample of my course Discover What You Were Born To Do®. It was such a great suggestion that I wanted to make it available to everyone, especially you.
The Welcome and Overview lesson is a perfect taster. It's the foundation for the 12-week online content that will help you transform your relationship with work.
In this intro lesson, I lay out how the course works, what we'll cover, my approach, an easy exercise to get you started, and more.
Whether you decide to take the course or not, I hope this gives you some comfort and encouragement if you are struggling to make the shift into a meaningful career.
P.S. If you're interested in joining the course, you can sign up below.
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12-Week course delivered once a week via email
Kolbe A™ Index to help you see your inborn strengths
Video, audio and transcript delivery to align with your learning preference
Weekly exercises delivered in a fillable format to ensure you have a place to work through the concepts and keep track of your answers
Mid-week email check-ins to answer your questions
Daily prompts to help you stay focused
Email access to ensure you have personalized support
Lifetime course access to support you on your journey no matter how long it takes
Interview Secrets Guide
Insights from my years on the other side of the hiring desk
to support your interview process as you find more fulfilling work.
VIP Coaching Session
Complete all 12 weeks + homework and receive a
1-hour private coaching session on the career topic of your choice.
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Published Author & Social Worker
You're not a conventional coach/counselor/advisor and that's awesome because traditional, weirdly, has not worked for this erstwhile rule follower.
Your personality is so warm and supportive. It was the perfect environment for me to ask questions and express personal doubts. It was also the perfect way to turn my Kolbe results into actionable changes.
"I think that, most likely, I would've given up on my dream career had it not been for the work we did."