Date: May 6, 2015 @ 1 pm Eastern
IMPORTANT NOTE: We will NOT have a Free Webinar Wednesdays on April 29th. This show notice is for May 6th.
Do what you love, and love what you do... For many individuals working today they may have a job that pays the bills, but are they really doing what they are passionate about and living our their life's purpose? Do YOU wake up every morning and say to yourself "I can't wait to get at it" or do you dread the alarm clock and putting in another eighth (or more) hours at the office?
We're excited to have Jon Tasch, a former Naval Flight Officer, where he was responsible for the navigation and weapons systems on the P-3 Orion aircraft. Most recently, he served as an FBI Special Agent, specializing in counterterrorism in the San Francisco Field Office. He's now a life coach and leadership speaker (following his passion), and will share strategies of how to determine if you've discovered your life's purpose and making it your career. It's no secret that if you can combine the two you're going to have a much happier worklife... since it won't feel like "work."
Jon will talk about his time in the FBI working terrorism matters and explains how it compares to what's portrayed in Hollywood and the media. He also discusses why he left the FBI and decided to become a coach and speaker, and how he now helps clients break out of careers that aren't allowing them to fully express their values, talents and abilities.
As a coach, he helps young professionals who are stuck careers they don't find fulfilling, helping them discover their life purpose and design a life of meaning. As a speaker, he inspires America's young leaders on college campuses nationwide. Whether you are looking to make a career shift or get the most out of what you're doing now, this show will leave you inspired and rejuvenated to be your best.
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