San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you having a wonderful job search experience, or are your search efforts producing little more than stress, anxiety and frustration? Maybe you are haunted by previous employment experiences, such as being laid off or fired. Perhaps thoughts of politics, bad bosses, or meaningless work cast shadows over your hopes and intentions as you continue to struggle through your job search activities.
A positive mindset is the most important element of any endeavor. Our state of mind creates our experience. Whether our thoughts are positive or negative, our minds automatically seek evidence to support our thoughts and prove that we are correct.
The great news is that you already possess everything you need to have a fun, productive and rewarding job search experience. Let Karin Cross, the HR Pro turned Life Coach, help you turn your negative job search into an experience of a lifetime.
In this 2 ½ hour workshop, you will:
- Resolve or Reframe your greatest Challenge or Block to having a fantastic job search experience.
- Learn strategies to shift your mindset, including “Flip it to the Positive,” a simple mental exercise that helps you change negative thoughts and emotions into empowering insights that propel you forward. (Just utilizing “Flip it to the Positive” can transform your entire outlook on life.)
- Discover why and how job search can be the most illuminating and inspirational experience you’ve had in years.
Space is LIMITED to allow for greater focus and discussion, so
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Karin Cross is a Law of Attraction Speaker, Teacher, & Coach, Job Search & Career Strategist and a Workforce Specialist who is passionate about helping others live out their dreams and create fun, joyful and rewarding lives. Through speaking engagements, workshops, individual and group coaching, and corporate life coaching, Karin connects people to their unlimited potential and guides them in the deliberate creation of the lives they want to live.
To learn more about Karin and her work through As a Matter of Thought, go to www.asamatterofthought.com.