Ready to change your work but not sure what to do next?
New guide from career coach Jennifer Turliuk: "How to Prototype Your Career". The fastest way to find work you love.
Jennifer Turliuk's life philosophy is centered on the principle of choosing a career you love in order to make a positive impact on the world, and with this she empowers high achievers to find work they love through prototyping their career.
Jennifer was in a job she hated, but didn't know what to do next. She interviewed prominent founders, investors and professors including the founders of Airbnb and Square. Jennifer then created a process for finding her next career step that involves design thinking, lean startup methodology, and quantified self. This process was featured in her Forbes article which has had over 1 million views and was one of Forbes' Top-Read articles. She became a successful and award-winning entrepreneur. Now, Jennifer helps people find careers they love through her writing, coaching, online courses, and more.
Over 80% of people are dissatisfied with their careers. Jennifer wants to flip this statistic on its head so that the world can have more people in careers where they are satisfied and can make contributions to solving the world's biggest challenges.
Here's an overview of my programs and communities
The Career Design Way: Our philosophy is centered on the principle that finding work you love makes you happy, and with this we empower to people to find careers they love by learning more about themselves and career options that could be a fit for them.
The Career Design Inner Circle
The Career Design Inner Circle is an intimate Career Mastermind exclusively for people who are ready to make a change and find work they love.
The Career Design Project
The Career Design Project is an online course for people who want to find new work that they can be more satisfied in.
"I began to think of work from a higher level place"
"Compact, succinct, informative, text that should be part of ever graduates’ toolbox as they begin their real world transition. The author’s “Guiding Stars” model is a prescription for making life‘s choices."
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