Six Questions for the New Year
Friday, December 9, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)
Can't make the live time? No problem. Register anyway and you'll get the recording soon after the live event.
Several years ago, I wanted to create the ideal list of questions for end of year reflections and setting intentions for the coming year. So I curated the best questions from fellow coaches and put the questions in a blog post. Soon, my blog readers were telling me how helpful they found the questions.
Those readers inspired me to create a virtual gathering, using the same questions. This became a beloved annual event, Six Questions for the New Year.
Together we'll look back at 2016 and dream into 2017 with Six Questions for the New Year.
Get ready to pause from the daily grind, reflect on 2016, and plan for a fabulous 2017!
Once you register for this free event, you'll get information for attending. You can attend via phone, Skype, or the Internet.
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Carol Ross is a former Bell Labs engineer turned career coach, speaker and writer. She helps intelligent, creative professionals move from "struggling to fit in" to "standing out and belonging." Growing up in one of just three Asian-American families in a Midwestern town of 250,000 (in the 1960's!), Carol learned early on to adapt--and conform--to her environment. It wasn't until decades later that she let go of trying to fit in and experienced the power of forging her own path and the joy of building her tribe.
Carol's career advice has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Whole Living. She is a contributing writer for NextAvenue.org (a PBS site for Boomers). A social media enthusiast, she started blogging in 2005 and podcasting in 2006.
While her two engineering degrees from Northwestern University have served her well, it did nothing to prepare her for the trauma of turning 50, burning out, and seeing her oldest child go off to college (in that exact order.) She now knows that life goes on and that the best kept productivity secret is pacing oneself.