October 6, 2008
Lost the passion for your career? Free workshop tonight can help
One of my favorite bloggers and career coaches, Curt Rosengren, is offering a free 90-minute workshop on Mercer Island tonight for anyone looking to give their career a shot in the arm and rekindle some of the magic they once felt for their work.
As Rosengren says, "Identifying and creating a career that lights you up isn't rocket science. This event outlines some very simple, yet extraordinarily effective concepts that will help you find clarity, get traction, and take action to turn a drab career into a dream career."
When: 6 to 8 p.m. tonight (register between 6 and 6:30; workshop begins at 6:30)
Where: Community Center at Mercer View (Mercer Island)
Karen Burns is the author of The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl, a career guide based on her 59 jobs over 40 years in 22 cities.
Lisa Quast is a certified career coach, mentor, business consultant, former corporate executive and author based in the Seattle area.
Randy Woods writes about job-search tools, networking techniques and other tips to help you land your dream job.
Matt Youngquist is the president of Career Horizons, a career counseling firm.
Natalie Singer is a Seattle writer, editor and small-business owner.
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