Figuring Out What The HECK You're Going To Do With Your Life with Christie Mims

Figuring Out What The HECK You're Going To Do With Your Life with Christie Mims

You’re stuck. Everyone around you seems to have their career path mapped out (or they are going to graduate school to buy some time) but you don’t have the faintest idea about where to start, or what to do! How do you figure it all out? Which career is right for you? Well, not to worry. Join expert Career Coach Christie Mims, of the Revolutionary Club as she reveals the four big reasons why you haven’t figured it out yet, a secret 5th problem that you don’t even know about (it’s a doozy!), and how to figure out exactly what you want to do. So, if you’ve been struggling with: Too many ideas for your career (or not enough) Doing it all on your own Hoping it will work out (at some point) Trying to find an assessment that will tell you the answer already, this webinar is for you It will to be an interactive experience, so bring a pen, paper, and a side of sass. If you want to steal some of Christie’s secrets early (you know you do!), grab her free workbook on The 6 Simple Steps to Finding Work You Love right here. Also don't forget to download the workbook that goes along with this webinar HERE. You can also visit her other links: Facebook: Twitter: Her website:  

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