What do you want to achieve in 2019? What experiences do you want to bring into the New Year? What adventures do you want to go on? What new areas in your career do you want to explore or transition into? Who do you want to build new relationships? More importantly, what do you want the end of 2019 to look like so you feel you’re on the right track in creating the life you truly want?
In this highly interactive workshop, Marcos Salazar, CEO of Be Social Change + Career Coach, will help you answer these questions by taking you through key career + life coaching activities that he uses with his own coaching clients to help you create a vision for the life you want as well as set goals for making this vision a reality in 2019.
In our time together we will explore:
- What’s most important to you in your work, relationships, and daily life
- What success looks like to you and what are the things that bring you the most meaning and happiness
- Where you want to go in life and your career and goal setting strategies to get you there
During the workshop, you will also have an opportunity to network with like-minded people and receive feedback during peer-to-peer mentorship exercises to get valuable advice and support in achieving your goals in the New Year!
**SPACE IS LIMITED**
Doors open at 6:30 PM, workshop starts at 7:00 PM sharp – plan to arrive 10 minutes early so you can get a seat as well as meet like-minded people from the Be Social Change community!
Marcos Salazar (@marcossalazar) is a social entrepreneur, career coach, speaker, and community-builder. As CEO of Be Social Change and 1-on-1 coaching, he helps people find + do meaningful work and lead more sustainable lifestyles. Marcos earned a B.A. in Psychology from Amherst College as well as a Masters in Organizational Management and an Executive Leadership Coaching certificate from The George Washington University. You can learn more about him at www.marcossalazar.com.
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