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6 new perspectives to create purpose + wellness

John Marshall Law School recently asked me to offer career advice to the next generation of lawyers. I think you'll love this advice too!

In my recently published article addressed to law students titled "6 New Perspectives to Create Purpose and Wellness in Your Career," I advise that if you want to shift your career experience from negative to positive, the most powerful action you can take is to change your perspective. I then teach how to do this through 6 powerful perspectives that will help you thrive in your career regardless of the immediate external circumstances.

The 6 powerful perspectives include:

I create happiness from the inside out.

I follow fun and ease to recognize my genius.

I gain more and more clarity of my path over time.

I trust the wisdom of my body to guide me.

I only take career advice from people I admire.

I cultivate purpose and wellness with a daily practice.

Read the full article to get all the benefits.

The application of these perspectives will support you in any profession and at any career level.

(7 minute read starting at page 8)

About the Author

Hi I'm Gina Marotta, career coach + spiritual guide known as "The Genius Guru." I can help you clarify and communicate your inner genius so that you only do meaningful, impactful work you love. My coaching work is founded in my two career reinventions toward my true calling and genius: I began my career as a defense attorney inside the criminal justice system for some of Chicago's highest profile cases. I also served as the managing director for a national nonprofit organization giving low-income teen girls greater career opportunities through access to higher education and mentorship. Recognized for my career of service, I have been named 50 Under 50 and among 100 Women Making a Difference. You will also find me quoted and interviewed often as a career expert in media outlets like Thrive Global, The Huffington Post, American Bar Association Magazine, Barron's Next Magazine, and WGN Radio.


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