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Over the last 6 months, we’ve reviewed a lot of ways that you can win with money. We’ve discussed debt elimination, investment strategies and how to increase your income. And today, we’re going to review a topic that is important to a lot of people out there. We’re going to chat about how you can have a career you truly love.
In 2014, Gallup reported over 1.3 billion people in the world have a full-time job working for an employer. Those 1.3 billion people (this includes me) work 8 hours per day, 5 days per week and at least 50 weeks per year. We give our lives to our careers. Some of us spend more time with our colleagues than our own families at times.
Given this sacrifice, it is imperative that you enjoy what you do everyday. You want to feel like an integral figure in your company’s success. You want to feel like you’re making a difference and you’re a part of something important.
To help us all feel like we’re headed down the right path in our careers, I invited career coach extraordinaire, Mo Faul, to join us. Mo is a former C-Level Executive, an author of multiple career enhancing books and a nationwide speaker that helps people take their careers to the next level.
What are we covering today?
On the show today, Mo and I discuss:
- Improving your networking skills
- Having difficult discussions with your supervisor about promotions and raises
- Finding a way to be truly happy at work every day
If you’re one of those 1.3 billion people out there rockin’ the 9-5, Mo’s expert advice will help you start your work week off on a positive note.
Carpe Diem Quote
“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” -Alice Walker
Mo Faul’s Resources:
Unshakeable by Tony Robbins
Guest Bio: Mo Faul
Mo Faul, former C-Suite Healthcare executive and author of the career growth E-Books, 3-2-1 Career Story, Your 30 Minute Mission Statement and 11 Lessons to Your Kick Ass Career & Life has also put her money where her mouth is, inspiring young women through her funding and as a producer of the documentary film Dream, Girl.
She is the creator of the Kick Ass Career Course Coaching Program where she works with clients – privately and in groups – to help them align who they are with what they do. She also coaches corporate leaders with her Leadership NOW! Program. It focuses on aligning leaders and developing leaders with their true nature and matching that with their role and success map.
After a 5 year career working as a nurse, Mo spent over 20 years as a healthcare executive in a variety of different leadership roles. It was through this career journey that she discovered a love of mentoring and coaching. When she was diagnosed with breast cancer she decided it was time to take all of her education, training and expertise out for a spin and open her own coaching company. Today she coaches, teaches and speaks all over the country about how to turn tragedy into triumph and bring the kick a** (with soul) back to your career and life.