Taking The Leap In Your Career

Wow, what a great Periscope today! In fact, over 110 people took part in the live broadcast where I talked about what it takes to take the leap in your career.

If you missed it, just click the video below to watch the replay now!

What I saw today showed me that many of you are ready to grow! You want to make a change in your life, and you’re ready to jump in with both feet.

For those of you who couldn’t make it, this scope is only 30 minutes long and, in it, I covered:

  • The 3 Reasons why you’re not where you want to be and what to do about it!
  • The 3 Excuses you must overcome to get what you want (we all tell ourselves these!)
  • The 1 Simple habit that will transform you career (and life) in 2016.

So don’t wait another minute to start making changes in your life. Watch the video now.

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Heather Petherick is a master success coach for high potential business leaders, having established her private coaching practice in 2007. Since then, she’s coached hundreds of emerging leaders and entrepreneurs from around the globe to overcome the mindset traps that keep them playing small so that they can realize their potential and create the impact they’re meant for. Her areas of speciality are: • Mindset • Confidence • Communication • Speed of Implementation Her clients include corporate rising stars at WestJet, Agrium, Suncor Energy, Manulife Bank, TD, Royal Bank of Canada, KMPG and PepsiCo International as well as big-thinking entrepreneurs from around the world. She has been featured as a career and success expert with Women Engineering The Future, The Royal Bank of Canada, Canadian Living Magazine and Chatelaine magazine. Heather’s journey from growing up on a humble sheep farm on the prairies of western Canada to building a global coaching business have lent to her signature coaching style that combines both wit and humility, style and business savvy. She holds a Master’s degree in Management and lives in Lethbridge, Alberta with her husband and two children.

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