Free Thrive workshop for entrepreneurs on Sept. 27
Do you have entrepreneurial aspirations or dream of re-inventing yourself? Join career counselor Robin Sheerer at 7 pm Thursday at the Main Library for a free event based on her new book, Thrive: The Entrepreneurial Path to a Great Life.
In this mini-workshop, Sheerer will help you answer four questions:
- Is the entrepreneurial path right for me?
- Is it possible to have work and a life I love?
- How do I stick with it for the long haul?
- How do I keep it fresh and new?
Whether you are self-employed and need a shot of inspiration, a seasoned entrepreneur looking to change things up, or are wondering if an entrepreneurial life is for you, this workshop can get you started on a brand new path. Copies of Thrive will be available for sale and signing.
About Robin’s Book, Thrive
Thrive: The Entrepreneurial Path to a Great Life provides a practical guide to designing work and a life you love, handling tough times, sticking with it, staying true to yourself, and learning the art of thriving. This is straight talk, with humor and heart, and laced with useful advice, true stories (including some of Robin’s own experiences), and wisdom.
About Robin Sheerer
Robin is passionate about helping people blossom in their work and lives, especially entrepreneurs. She began on her own self-employment path in 1981 by founding Career Enterprises Incorporated, offering Career and Professional Development services to individuals and companies. She provides one-on-one coaching, facilitates support groups, designs/leads workshops, and produces events. She is the author of the award-winning No More Blue Mondays/ Four Keys to Finding Fulfillment at Work. She has provided training and consulting to major companies including John Nuveen & Company, Allstate Business Insurance, and Fel-Pro. Her first book, No More Blue Mondays, won a gold Ben Franklin award in 2000.
Services for Job Seekers
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