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“How to Make the Job You’re In Better”

A Free, Interactive Workshop

Wed, Aug 29, 6:30-8:00pm, Teton County Library, Jackson, WY

You are invited to a free, interactive workshop on “How to Make the Job You’re In Better” by Dr. Kim Geil. The workshop will take place on Wed, Aug 29, 2018 from 6:30-8:00pm, at the Teton County Library Auditorium, 125 Virginian Lane, Jackson, WY.

Learn three powerful strategies – the 3 C’s – that will help you make positive changes in your work life. You spend so much time at work; shouldn’t it be time well spent?

No RSVP is necessary!

Participants at previous workshops had this to say:

“The three C’s are really helpful. You also really allowed us to feel comfortable and engage with each other.”

“Even being retired, I find the information useful – from managing home and relationship, to organizing my life.”

“Thank you for this [workshop]. It was so inspiring.”

To read more about the three C’s, read this blog post from last Veteran’s Day about work and how to make it better.

I look forward to seeing you there!

 

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“[During our strategy session], Kim didn’t simply dole out static information about how to achieve my goals, she joined minds with me to fluidly identify obstacles in my path and to offer myriad solutions. I felt that she was on my team immediately, and provided a comfortable environment for reframing and understanding my real or imagined roadblocks.” – John C.

“Things are going wonderful. I was able to quit my full time job and now have two part time jobs I love and lots of positive energy to work on my Utopian Dreams! I’ve just finished my second children’s book. The first one went over really well. Here is a link to my website. Thanks for the direction! I still go in to many directions but am much better at completing tasks!”
― Lori C.