If you’ve followed me on social media, you might have noticed that my work has shifted.
After two years of supporting job seekers get the jobs they want, I’m called to switch things up once again.
In the past 2 years, I have:
Consulted private clients on all stages of a job search. If we ever worked 1:1, thank you so much for your trust. I will forever cherish your breakthroughs and will continue to cheer you on as you continue to pursue what lights you up. I will also always treasure the kind testimonials you’ve left me on LinkedIn or in private.
Advised Spooglers (spouses/partners of Google employees) on their CVs, cover letters, showing up in interviews and overall job search strategy.
Shared free advice via LinkedIn and Instagram.
Organised and hosted job search support events on Meetup.
Created online courses distilling insights shared in private consultations. If you’ve ever purchased one of these courses, thank you so much and I hope it served you.
Now, the job search support stage of Worthful Woman is coming to an end.
Thank you so much for being on this journey with me.
If any of my work helped you at any point and you’d like to thank me, this is my PayPal link where you can leave a donation of your choosing. Thank you very much if you choose to do so.
I’m not taking on private clients for job search support anymore. If you are currently looking for 1:1 support I can refer you to someone who can help – just hit reply to this email.
However, I’ll keep available a core set of insights that I know is game-changing, in the form of my online course “Stand Out With Information: How to Get the Intel That Makes You the Obvious Choice”.
Here’s why I highly encourage you to consider it:
What I’ve continuously witnessed during the past two years is that most job seekers don’t really do their homework about the role they apply to and about the employer – though they think they do – and this ultimately hurts them in the process.
I know that “you need to put more effort into your job application” is the absolute last thing you want to hear during an already long and frustrating job search. It’s a hard pill to swallow, but the truth remains:
Properly doing your homework and integrating it in how you present yourself is the core change in strategy that took private clients from being brilliant professionals yet denied the opportunity they wanted, to jobs they love and didn’t think were even in the realm of possibility for them.
I’m inviting you to claim this for yourself too. What might it take for you to be offered a job that you love and will thrive in?
Feel this question in your body, and see where it leads you.
If it’s this course, it’s here for the taking.
(PS: The first 5 people to buy this course will get it for CHF 50 instead of CHF 100)
So this is it.
This is me saying goodbye.
And also me saying a renewed hello.
A RENEWED HELLO
I’ve long had a deep commitment to personal growth, and the past two years have been no exception. As a result, I changed into someone I couldn’t have predicted two years ago.
And now, I feel that I’m needed elsewhere.
Being on a spiritual journey for a while now has shown me that embracing one’s spiritual side doesn’t always come easy, especially when you’re used to strongly leaning on your rational, logical side.
That having an attraction towards spirituality can come with a baggage of shame, cognitive dissonance, and a constant fear of expressing this side of yourself.
I struggled to reconcile my rationality with my spirituality.
Because it felt ‘wrong’.
Because my rational side couldn’t make sense of it.
Because I felt I should know better than giving into my very human desire to find meaning in life.
But in time, I discovered that:
Wanting to find meaning doesn’t preclude meaning actually being there.
Being rational and being spiritual can coexist in harmony.
That in fact, my rational side could help me make sense of my spiritual side, and help me embrace it.
If this resonates with you, stay tuned to this email list and follow Worthful Woman on Instagram.
I’ll be sharing what I’ve learned – and keep learning – about reconciling rationality with spirituality.
And if you’re on your own spiritual journey and struggle to reconcile your rational with your spiritual side, feel free to reply to this email and let me know what is currently standing in the way of that. If I can offer a helpful tip or resource, it would be my pleasure to support you.
All the best and talk soon,
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