Net Impact NYC Upcoming Events: Making a Meaningful Career Choice in 2009: More than Money Presentation
Happy New Year!
We hope all of you are looking forward to an exciting 2009! To start the year off, we want to provide those of you looking for work in this challenging environment a framework and the confidence to go for the jobs you really want. This may sound obvious, but most of the time other factors (money, fear, social exclusion) get in the way of just “going for it.” Sometimes the safest career decision is to listen to our hearts and take that leap of faith; hopefully this is something we can all strive for in 2009.
Presenters: Mark Albion, Author True to Yourself and Making a Life, Making a Living and Suparna Bhasin
Date: Thursday, February 5, 2009
Location: Herman Miller NYC National Design Center, 1177 Avenue of the Americas, (6th Ave between 45th & 46th streets)
As working professionals, the bottom line is what we focus on day in and day out – crunching numbers, developing strategies, analyzing data. Often times our career choices revolve around our personal bottom lines (how much do I make to live a secure life, to make my mortgage, etc…). Unsure of what to do, we’ve made the safest career choice, confident that you can get back to what you love later. However, if you measure success by “more than money”, what you think is your safest career choice may in fact be your riskiest. In this discussion, we will go through a framework of four central questions and twelve lifelines to guide you on your path to money and meaning. Illustrated with stories and humor, Mark and Suparna will help you create your personal, authentic “destiny plan” for your life and career.
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Please RSVP: http://markalbionevent.eventbrite.com/
**Light snacks and beverages will be served**
Please enjoy this WONDERFUL Video by Mark Albion:
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