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The Author Chat Show's Taking Control of Your Destiny

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Friday, August 15th, my guest is author Natalie H. Luke. Natalie will be chatting with me about her new book, Unceiling Your Career: How to Shatter Barriers and Transform Your Career At Any Age.

About the book:

UnCeiling Your Career
How to Shatter Barriers and Transform Your Career at Any Age

Are you fed up with people half as smart as you getting all the lucky breaks? Imagine taking command of your career and finally get the rewards you deserve? Find out exactly how to take control of your career, be recognized, and get the position you want. Most women hit career barriers because they keep their head down and work hard, thinking that they’ll be noticed and rewarded. If you are doing this, the downside is that you will wait a long time to get to where you want.

Women also think that they have to be perfect or know how exactly how to do the job before going for a promotion. The problem of waiting is that you are underestimating your talent and skills before making a career change or going for the promotion you're looking for. Women also keep themselves small by conning themselves into thinking they should just be happy to have a job. If you're just settling for work that is not aligned with your passion because you're "just be happy to have a job" you'll be less fulfilled, have fewer career opportunities and will be less respected at work.

About the author:

Natalie's passion is to help others develop so that they can give the best of themselves in the working environment while also having a balanced life. As a corporate trainer for a fortune 100 company, Natalie loves to give concise structure to help people focus on what is most important. Her goal is to help others accelerate their results both at work and at home.

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