Feb 12, 2020
Yes, you can figure this out! I promise!
What message is your day giving you? This probably isn't something you ask yourself each day, but maybe you should. Why? Because it will help guide you to what brings you (and the world because of you), just a little more joy.
Asking questions, staying curious, really wanting to know how you can use your strengths to serve the world, this is what will help us get to a place where we can thrive and be content.
This week on the Peace & Possibilities podcast, you'll learn how Marilyn Feldstein has done just that for over two decades. She kept asking herself (and her employees, then clients), really simple, but important questions. And it turned into her life's work. Join us and get some great insight into how you can figure out what lights you up.
And while you're at it, if you want some help really figuring it out, check out Marie Forleo's new book "Everything is Figureoutable", because after all, it is!
Marilyn Feldstein, the founder and President of Career Choices Unlimited, Inc., is a certified Job and Career Transition Coach (JCTC), a SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), a Professional in Human Resources (PHR), and a Certified Practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). She has more than 20 years’ experience in all aspects of career management and has held management and leadership positions at AT&T American Transtech, Inc., AccuStaff PeopleSystems, and Merrill Lynch & Company. She is also Adjunct Full Professor of Career Management at Webster University Graduate School. She earned her master’s degree at Penn State University and her bachelor’s degree at The University of South Florida.
Marilyn is the author of the ATD Infoline: Defining and Leveraging Your Professional Value, contributing author of Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing a Job You’ll Love, has been published in three résumé books and has published many articles in TD Magazine. Marilyn is a frequent speaker at numerous professional associations discussing career-related topics, including making successful transitions, building and maintaining relationships and negotiating salaries and benefits. She inspires clients to find the purpose and passion in their careers and lives.