Feeling stuck or limited is an all-too-common experience these days. But, unfortunately, it’s so prevalent among my audience and clients that we’re talking about feeling stuck again.
Earlier this season, we talked about moving beyond your upper limits, reaching a ceiling, and being unable to move past it. Today, my guest will share her perspective on feeling stuck in your career, what that might look like, and how to move beyond that limitation.
My guest is Christine O’Brien Horstman, a Certified Professional Coach with a niche in career coaching. She is also an Accredited DISC Trainer and a Professional Development Instructor.
Christine’s specialties are emotional intelligence and communication. Her real knack is helping people articulate their worth and what they want.
As a chronic illness warrior, Christine uses her love for writing to cope and believes in the power of putting thoughts and goals on paper. So she wrote a book inspired by the pandemic and the lessons she learned from her health journey. Deal with It, Doll! Coaching Yourself Through Crisis is a timely resource to help you grow through change and deal with life’s many curveballs with resilience, confidence, and hope. And who doesn’t want more of those on the other side of a crisis?
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