What's Holding Us Back From the Different Lives We Promised Ourselves on September 11, 2001?

Sep 09, 2011, 05:50 ET from Everyday Bright, LLC

DAYTON, Ohio, Sept. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After the terrible tragedy of September 11, 2001, many of us vowed to improve our lives, to focus on what mattered.   But how many of us actually followed through?  

Dr. Jennifer Gresham found the courage to walk away from nearly a million dollars in pay and benefits, and turn her dream career into a reality.  And now she's teaching others how to do the same with her new online course, the No Regrets Career Academy.

After helping thousands of clients and blog readers, she found the main reason most people fail to follow through on the promise of a better life is that they simply don't know how.  In fact, most are clueless as to what career would deliver the fulfillment they crave—and have no idea how to figure it out.

Drawing on her own career change journey and months of research, Jennifer discovered that changing careers is really a 6-step process, and sadly, most people try to start at step 4.   No wonder many second careers are no more satisfying than the first.

Jennifer can discuss the top myths that keep people from pursuing more fulfilling careers and how to overcome them, such as:

  • Why going back to school is often a waste of time
  • How to save thousands of dollars a year by changing careers
  • Applying for a job isn't like playing the lottery (& is easier than you think)
  • Why an OK job is the most dangerous job of all

We all felt the urgency to live life to the fullest after the events on Sept 11.  In that spirit, Jennifer's No Regrets Career Academy is currently offering a FREE "mini-course" in career change to help people get back on track and reclaim the life they always wanted.


SOURCE Everyday Bright, LLC