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Are you dreaming of a career change in 2020? You’ll want to watch this

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Are you dreaming of making a big career change in 2020?

Every month in the Work Bigger Community we have one of our members co-host a call and lead a specific discussion on career and life.

This past month, we had member Leah Noumoff talk about making a big career pivot recently. 

Leah started her career in the restaurant space and soon transitioned to real estate. What she really, really wanted, however, was to work in art full time and to be an artist. 

On our call Leah talked about how she made the move from real estate to full time artist. 

Leah now works at an art company full time, and she also runs her own creative studio. 

I’d like to share with you three key takeaways from Leah’s call because it was so powerful. 

And if you’re thinking about making a big career change, you’re probably wondering:

  • How do I start? 
  • How do I communicate my value? 
  • And how do I do it without sacrificing my pay or starting over? 

So here’s what it takes to make a big career change and to making a change that’s really aligned with what you want. 

Once you’re done watching, I’d love to hear from you:

  • Are you thinking of making a career change but you’re feeling stuck? 
  • What’s one action you want to take as a result of the insight that you have?

Share with us in the comments, and I’ll give you some extra coaching around it. 

That’s it for this week Work Bigger! We’re taking a break for the holidays, so there’s no video these next two weeks. I want to wish you an amazing holiday with family and friends, and I also hope you take some time off to reflect and enjoy the holidays. 

I’ll see you in January! 

Membership for Work Bigger is opening in January! If you’ve been enjoying the videos and everything we’ve been sharing here, you will LOVE the community. Stay tuned for more information, and in the meantime check out to learn more. 

Belma McCaffrey

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