This week's podcast episode was inspired by a question I received from one of the Career Success Circle members, April.
She asked: "How can I focus on improving my skills in my career, without going into debt?"
I thought this was an amazing question.
As a high achieving and ambitious woman, you may be at a point in your career where you're looking to pivot. Maybe you're feeling stuck and like you want to make a switch, or you want to expand on your skill set, but 1) you're not sure where to start and/or 2) you're not sure where the coins are going to come from to make it happen.
I've spoken to many women over the years who share these sentiments and I'm a firm believer in the fact that money should never hinder you from going after personal and professional development opportunities.
Listen in to episode 26 as I break down my four tips for learning new skills and increasing your knowledge base - without breaking the bank!
If you've got BIG plans for your career this year, this episode is especially for you!
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Episode Gems You Don't Want to Miss:
The absolutely FREE way to use your current network to learn new skills - believe me, you've got great teachers already in your circle
What to do if your company doesn't quite have an established Tuition Reimbursement Program and why I firmly believe you should never give up too easily
The importance of being creative as you pursue your professional development goals - what you've got to keep in mind
How you can learn from top experts in ANY field - there is power in leveraging the expertise of other people to help you with your goals
Where to find 250+ FREE online courses - I'm talking high caliber, Ivy League instruction
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