The Best Time For Your Next Career Move - Using Astrology And Your Birthdate

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The Best Time For Your Next Career Move - Using Your Birthdate & Astrology

 

Did you ever wish you had your own personal advisor who could help you understand the surprising, confusing, and challenging events happening in your career? Did you ever wish you had a career life coach that could provide you with the positive timing to know when to apply for a job, win a promotion or start a successful business?


In this webinar, ”The Best Time For Your Next Career Move - Using Your Birthdate & Astrology,” bestselling business author, life coach and astrologer, Larry Schwimmer provides those answers.

  This webinar will provide you with answers to questions such as:
  • When is the best time find a great job?
  • When will I get the promotion I want?
  • When should I start (or expand) my new business?
  • When am I likely to have problems or conflicts with bosses and co-workers?
  • What should I do if I’m in the wrong job or career?
  • When is the best time to change a job or career?
  • What can I do to overcome career obstacles?
Join us for a special webinar on using astrology in your career. Presenter: Larry Schwimmer, author of What the Hell Is Going On in My Life?   WATCH NOW ►  
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