What if there were a step by step guide to figuring out what to do next?
The Work Wonders Digital Resource Guide is designed for multi-passionate, ambitious people doing their best to balance work, life, + other obligations with their personal, professional and creative goals.
Everything you need to get started is included in this free action guide.
Gain clarity + momentum
Use the guided questions to figure out how to find enough clarity to move forward and take action.
Improve your habits
You'll learn strategies for setting reasonable expectations and working through uncertainty + stress.
Learn how to navigate your downfalls and stick to your goals for the long haul.
The Work Wonders Digital Resource Guide includes:
Access to two free workshops: Job Search Like a Boss and Purposeful Productivity + Goal Setting
A library with access to my best career and productivity resources
My most popular exercises and assessments to help you kick overwhelm and confusion to the curb
Guided questions to help you figure out exactly how to get started and which steps to take next
Step-by-step instructions on breaking down your big ideas into tangible steps
A strategic plan outline for you to complete with the details of your priorities and goals.
An invitation to a special Facebook group where you can ask your questions, share your wins, and meet other ambitious professionals.
A PASSION FOR GROWTH
About the Creator
Hey, I'm Jenn!
I've helped clients land new jobs, tackle their to do lists, pursue passion projects, squeeze in social justice work + cultivate a can-do attitude when it comes to making big things happen in the professional and personal lives - and now I want to help you do the same thing.
The Work Wonders Digital Resource Guide will help you recover from burn out in your work and life while focusing on making tangible changes tat reduce stress, tap into your strengths, and move you closer towards your goals.
Make change happen.
"Within a couple weeks of our meeting, I landed a new job."
Make it feel easy.
"I felt very supported in scary and unfamiliar territory."