I offer advice and recommendations on making changes in your life, developing goals and getting out of your rut. This applies to both personal and professional situations. Please note: I do not provide specific career advice. I would suggest you consult a career counselor for those types of issues.
Developer of "Rut-Busting" series of workshops Creator of the Community of Change web site (http://www.nancychristie.com/community-of-change/) Former host of Take Charge of Your Life on VoiceAmerica Radio Author of THE GIFTS OF CHANGE, published by Beyond Words/Atria, with three foreign language editions.
American Society of Journalists and Authors
Cancer Fighters Thrive, Daily Health News, Healthy Woman, Woman's Day, Stress-Free Living, Tai Chi Magazine, Experience Life, HomeBusiness Journal (columnist), Succeed
Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH
The Ritz-Carlton, GA Chrysalis-A Center for Women, MN Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center, PA Breast Cancer Support Group, PA
I find it very encouraging to know that it is possible to find one's purpose, regardless of age, education or background. It is never too late to find meaning in your life!
I want to encourage others to develop goals and the strategies to reach them, as well as help them develop the self confidence needed to move forward in their life — personally and professionally.
Too often people believe that what they have accomplished is ALL they can accomplish, that what they know is ALL they can learn, that their past setbacks are predictors of their future outcomes. Every day is a learning process. Every day, we have the chance to improve, develop and become stronger.
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