How to Live a More Passionate Life
Monday, 1 September 2014 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You want the kind of life where you don't need an alarm clock because you are so excited for each and every day that you wake up early anyway.
You want to love what you do so much, that you would turn down any job that wasn't true to your passion, even if the salary were triple what you are making now.
But where do you start?
Julie Leitz, a former neuroscience researcher at Oxford, is now a passionate coach helping corporate professionals design the life they long for.
This session will cover the 15 questions you can ask yourself to bring you closer towards uncovering your passion.
About the speaker
Julie Leitz successfully escaped a career as a research scientist at Oxford four years ago to embark on a journey of finding the work and career she truly loves. She is now a passionate coach who helps people design the life they long for. With a background in psychology and neuroscience, Julie is an expert in the science and art of happiness.
Before training as a coach, Julie studied Psychology at the American University of Paris and Neuroscience at the University of Oxford. On her journey to becoming a coach, she facilitated relapse prevention groups for in-patients in rehabilitation at an NHS hospital and taught science lessons in a London secondary school. Following three years of searching and self-discovery, she finally found the career of her dreams and is now dedicated to helping others do the same.
This event is part of our ongoing series - check out the rest here.
When & Where
Escape the City - The Escape School
Escape the City is a global community of +250,000 talented professionals who believe that life is too short to do work that doesn't matter.
We help talented professionals escape unfulfilling jobs and transition into more fulfilling work, build careers on their own terms, and start businesses that matter.
Join our Tribe at www.escapethecity.org.