The work you do and your capacity to “earn a living” can be a gift to the planet and an amazing blessing to you and those you love. Likewise, dealing with unemployment, underemployment or unsatisfying work can be a challenge that touches virtually every aspect of your life.
Help Wanted: Making the Most of Your Job Search is designed to move individuals out of a “victim” mentality and into the role of empowered co-creator by introducing specific tools and strategies that get results and will help to maximize and optimize any job search effort. Listeners will have an opportunity to explore the practical aspects of looking for work, including résumés, cover letters, searching online and prepping for interviews. We will also explore our role as co-creator of our reality and the importance of cultivating a powerful consciousness of service and value to help us put our best foot forward every step of the way.
Coaching and guidance for specific questions and concerns will be provided along with weekly takeaways and affirmations. Looking for work is work, but it can also be extremely rewarding—and it doesn’t have to be difficult.
The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.
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