We feel this way because of one specific problem that is so pervasive in our culture that we have become blind to it.
But once we understand what it is, we can choose a new, more powerful connection to the work we do.
Let me explain...
Though many people feel a nagging feeling that they are never doing “enough” in their careers or businesses overall...
... for me, my quest for career validation used to come primarily from my business’ statistics.
After feeling upset about a dip in traffic for the one-millionth time in the course of my six year blogging and podcasting career, I finally (in a cry of desperation) realized:
With my new mission to understand and loosen the bonds of self-worth from work, I spent almost 100 hours interviewing experts and fellow work + work sufferers to understand the unconscious beliefs, ingrained habits, and societal pressures that have created a culture desperate for work-inspired validation.
What did I learn?
Life - and work - doesn’t have to be this way.
Finding our WORTH in any external area forces us to measure ourselves against shifting societal norms and external expectations.
What we need is an entirely new career mindset and tools to help peacefully process the inevitable highs and lows at work.
Over the next 3 weeks, that’s exactly we’re going to do.
Discover why self-worth is actually toxic to your career satisfaction.
Replace negative, self-defeating work + worth habits with positive habits that help you drop the stress and frustration.
Learn how to determine the correct next steps of your career.
Are you ready to drop your self-worth from your work?
Let's get started.
1.5 hour live training on: How to solve the endless cycle of self-worth and work (that cripples so many of us)
1.5 hour live training on: How to take the next right step in your career + properly process highs and lows that will inevitably arise
2 hour live Q+A session
Video recordings of all three live trainings
A printable workbook with guided exercises
Private facebook group for members
Classes are at 8pm EST on Wednesday April 6th, 13th, and 20th