WEBINAR: How To Find Your Passion

It’s time to find your passion and live your dream! We all talk about wanting to have a job we love and an amazing career. But if it were easy, we’d all be happy at work, right? Even if you already know that you want a career change, you might wonder…
  • What exactly should I do next?
  • How do I find my passion?
  • Where do I even start?
  • How do I know what I’m good at?
And, of course, the dreaded thought, “What if I am not particularly good at anything?” It’s easy to be kept up at night worrying about all of these things, while you end up sinking deeper into your couch wondering if this will EVER happen for you. Well, maybe it’s time to do something about it! Join expert career coach Christie Mims in an interactive (yes, you will put pen to paper!) webinar where she will delve into the key skills you need in order to identify your skills and talents, and find your passion (and help you get off the couch).

You Will Learn:

  • The big mistake everyone makes when trying to find their passion.
  • The missing step to the process that most people forget.
  • 6 really important questions to ask yourself in order to find your passion.
  • The answer to the question: What am I good at anyway?
I’ll also talk about a simple decision tool that will help you decide when it’s right to move on from a job you hate. Not only that, but you’ll learn how to determine what company or career is going to be a good fit for you in the future.

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Join us for this FREE webinar on finding your passion. Presenter: Christie Mims, founder of the Revolutionary Club, a coaching service for smart women unwilling to settle for anything less than career happiness and a Forbes Top 100 website for your career.   WATCH NOW ►  

About The Presenter

Christie Mims is the Founder and CEO of The Revolutionary Club, the number one destination for smart women who are unwilling to settle for anything less than career happiness. Compassionate, caring, and a little kick-ass, Christie is here to make sure that you love what you do (note: life is too short not to love what you do). A certified professional coach and recovering consultant with a background working for Fortune 500 companies, Christie has been there, done that, and worn those uncomfortable shoes. She's dispensed career advice for Forbes, LearnVest, Brazen Careerist, and many more, and can be seen speaking at the University of VA, The Daily Muse, Women for Hire, and a variety of other organizations. Figure out the 6 simple steps to finding work that makes you happy right over here, and play on Facebook and Twitter here and here.

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