31st Aug 2015
It has helped me greatly at a time when I was confused about my career direction and unsatisfied with my choices.
We did some amazing work that helped me solidify what I want, who I am professionally and clarify my goals, values and strengths.
I would recommend them for anyone who wants to make the most out of one’s professional life, and ultimately, be the driver of one’s own happiness and success.
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