Self-Love at Work Webinar Replay
About The Webinar
Career ruts are all too common. Even the best laid plans can backfire, and even the most glamorous job on your resume can secretly start to feel stale day-after-day. Too often, though, we blame ourselves for feeling burnt out, bored, or—worse—just plain lost.
The good news is: you’re not alone, and there are ways to find new direction and build more passion into your work. That’s why we’ve asked Maxie McCoy, author of You’re Not Lost: An Inspired Action Plan for Finding Your Own Way, to share her best insights on how to give your career a little extra love and start redefining your work narrative today.
- Common fears about career transitions and how to overcome them
- How to self-motivate when you’re feeling burnt out
- 3 actions you can take TOMORROW to pivot into a career you love
- The best skills to build when you’re ready for change
AUTHOR, YOU’RE NOT LOST: AN INSPIRED ACTION PLAN FOR FINDING YOUR OWN WAY
Maxie McCoy is a writer and speaker obsessed with giving women the tools they need to believe in themselves. Committed to the global rise of women, she writes weekly inspiration on maxiemccoy.com. Her book, You’re Not Lost: An Inspired Action Plan for Finding Your Own Way is published by TarcherPerigee of Penguin Random House.
Maxie specializes in creating meaningful offline experiences that provide practical action in workshop and group formats. She’s worked with top brands, conferences and companies to create original events that engage their target audiences both online and off. Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, TheSkimm, Forbes, Fortune, INC, Bustle, Business Insider, MyDomaine, Women’s Health, Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, Billboard, CNN and many more as an expert in women’s leadership.
HEAD OF CONTENT, SKILLCRUSH
Kit oversees the editorial + content marketing team at Skillcrush, an online platform that teaches tech skills including coding, web design, UX, and digital marketing. She’s written for Fast Company, Knit Wit Magazine, Modern Painters, ARTINFO, Refinery29, and Entrepreneur, among others.
When she’s not working, she can be found on the hunt for Los Angeles’ best ceviche, trying (always) to catch up on last week’s New Yorker or inifinite-scrolling her Instagram.