[DARE #6] Get Unstuck – Learn Something New for Free

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It’s been five Sundays since the launch of the Sunday challenges. Throughout our time together you have been dared to:

 

 

  1. write a professional note to an industry leader so that you can practice connecting with influencers in your career
  2. speak with your end users so that you can uncover the impact of your work and garner more meaning in your daily activities
  3. ask for more to help you understand what you need to better manage your life or work – they are intertwined
  4. spark a conversation in a LinkedIn group as a first step towards shifting your mindset from a consumer of ideas to a thought leader
  5. be introspective to get back to “why” you are working so hard and ultimately to rethink the way your actions align with these priorities

And here is Dare #6: Learn something new

  • Identify a gap in your experiences
  • Find a course to help you fill that gap
  • Enroll and relish in the learning experience

To get you started here are a few learning solutions that range from free to premium:

Stay tuned.

I’m such a nerd — so this dare is ultra exciting!

Happy Sunday,

Melissa

 

Melissa Llarena

Melissa helps movers and shakers up to those in the corner office rediscover what makes them unique so that they can land their dream job in a forward-thinking company where their ideas are listened to, valued, and supported.

She brings insights from having worked in 16-business units (including Human Resources) in NY, Paris, and London. Additionally, in her former corporate career, she worked on billion-dollar brands for P&G and on IBM for Ogilvy & Mather. Later, as the founder and CEO of Career Outcomes Matter, Melissa created a 3-step “sellable strengths” process which has been the centerpiece of her clients' results.

Melissa applies this method consistently to support mid-level professionals up to the c-suite to get into Fortune Global 500 organizations and agencies. She studied Psychology at NYU and earned her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

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