5 Simple Steps to a career that's more . . . YOU!
The Whole U.® Career Mastermind will help you:
Determine exactly what you want to do with your career
Identify your strengths and skills and how you'd like to use them
Decide who you'd like to impact through your work
"Over the course of the five sessions, I worked on visualizing my ideal job, narrowing down my personal and professional interests, developing a method for writing compelling cover letters and took a professional looking photo for LinkedIn. I am now confident that I have a positive and meaningful direction to go in, and concrete steps to take in getting there. Whole U. gave me the creative skills and the confidence to believe that I can turn the life I envision into reality."
Meet via Google Hangout
5 consecutive Mondays - Beginning August 19, 2019
7:30 - 9pm
(Eastern Time, USA)
This program is for you, if you:
(1) Clarify your goals
(2) Assess your strengths & skills
(3) Look Good on paper
(4) Communicate with confidence
(5) Network Effectively
"Mastermind" is a term coined by Napoleon Hill, author of the book "Think and Grow Rich." This concept is included to honor each of the participants, and the beauty and "magic" of collective wisdom.
Group meetings will take place once per week, for five consecutive weeks.
Each weekly session will last 90 minutes.
This virtual 5-week group program is $997. (For comparison - to complete this same program with Shannon in person costs $10,000).
Yes. If you complete each session, and all assignments, and still feel that you have not gained value from the program, you can contact the Whole U. Team to ask for a refund. (You will be asked to answer questions and submit a letter describing why the program did not meet your expectations).
The program is limited to 10 participants per cycle.
If all program spots are taken, you can ask to join the waiting list for the next cycle.
If you don't want to wait . . . there are other options for you to start working with Whole U. sooner.
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