Have you heard about the book, Year of Yes – How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun and Be Your Own Person!? A friend recently recommended this book as a fun and interesting read. It’s rare that I laugh out loud when reading a biography but oh boy did I laugh over and over again as I devoured this book. As a single self-employed working mother, I don’t have much spare time to sit and read but this book I couldn’t put down. It was a wonderful break from diaper changing and nursing. But enough about me – I’m recommending this book because aside from being utterly entertaining it also has some profound, positive and helpful tips (especially if you are an introvert). Shonda talks about motherhood, relationships, diversity, body image and work pressures in such a real and refreshing way. In addition to be fully engaging, I was more importantly moved and empowered by her wisdom, wit and transparency. Would love to hear your thoughts after reading it.
I’m excited to share, I’ve contributed a chapter to this first complete guide to helping grads find direction after college.
Based on the successful Grad Life Choices coaching program, Wendy and Kenneth Schuman and 23 leading coaches and experts share the process that has helped young people from all over the country unlock their potential, overcome obstacles, and achieve their dreams.
Among the chapters:
- Coaching across cultural differences (my contribution)
- Choosing a career
- Setting clear goals
- Coping with negativity
- and much more!
Relevant for coaches, grads, parents, mentors, career counselors, and educators wanting to help young people launch their lives and careers. Check out the book here. Millennials in Wonderland