Unclear What You Want To Be When You “Grow Up?” Discover It and Make a Living at What You Love

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The free teleclass, “Making a Living at What You Love: Practical Tips to Get You in Action,” is designed to help high achievers begin the process of deciphering what they really want at work and how to make it happen. Amanda Mitchell, Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Corporate Navigator, will provide practical, simple strategies that can help executives move forward by taking action to uncover their unique point-of-difference.

Many successful corporate executives aren’t sure what they want to be when they “grow up,” and don’t understand that not only is it possible to discover what they really want to do, they can also make a living at what they love. The key is knowing how what you “bring to the party” can best be used by a particular industry or business.

“Too many people are going through the motions at work, wishing they were doing something else—and yet they just don’t know what that ‘something else’ would be,” says Amanda Mitchell, an ICF certified professional coach who has worked with hundreds of Fortune 500 senior level executives. Offering an innovative, practical method to help those “lost” in their careers, Mitchell has created the tools clients need to identify exactly what sets them apart from others, which can lead to new opportunities for themselves.

The free May 20 teleclass, “Making a Living at What You Love: Practical Tips to Get You in Action” is for those ready to move forward now and start discovering what they really want to do in their work life.

“A lot of my clients think about how many years they’ll need to work till retirement and cringe at the thought of staying on the path they’re on,” Mitchell explains. “They see their success—good money, a good title, being in a good company—almost as a trap, ‘golden handcuffs,’ keeping them from being truly happy in their career. Or they believe they make too much money already—that transitioning to a job they truly love will mean a financial sacrifice.”

  •     Want to take advantage of the current economy by staying at your job—while using some of your thinking time to figure out where you want to go once things improve?
  •     Feel like the time is now to start focusing on what you want?
  •     Want to start finally figuring out where you want to go—but don’t have a clue about where to begin?
  •     Have some mental “breathing space” to allow you to think about what would really make you happy?

During this call, you’ll learn what you need to:

  •     Identify the limiting beliefs that are keeping you from seeing the career options you have
  •     Create a scorecard to help you evaluate potential opportunities when they arise
  •     Start identifying what you need to be in “the zone” in your work

This call will be structured with solid blocks of content and interim check-ins for Q&A, so participants complete the call with clear next steps.

If you are ready to change your career and do what you love, listen to the FREE May 20 Teleclass, “Making a Living at What You Love: Practical Tips to Get You in Action” on Thursday, May 20, at 8pm ET. If you can’t make the call, you can sign up for a free recording—and save the date for our next call, August 20!

Visit http://www.corporatesuffering.com for registration and other information. Calls are offered quarterly.

About Us
Corporate Suffering Solutions LLC (CSS) is a company that offers a new system for reducing unnecessary workplace suffering caused by the organizational, interpersonal, and ethical issues of our time. It is founded on the belief that adhering to core human values and achieving business success are always compatible. Working with both companies and individuals, CSS helps create solutions that enable corporate employees at every level to optimize profits while enabling them to thrive in the corporate environment. CSS was founded by Amanda Mitchell to help meet the needs of people working in corporate America during this transformative moment in our nation’s history. The CSS system reflects her experience and insight gained from a 20-year corporate career working with Fortune 500 companies and as an executive coach to senior-level Corporate Executives.

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