What does friendship have to do with Get Hired Now! teleseries?

Friendship is so special.  Women, in particular,are natural helpers, nurturers, provide mutual support,encouragement…Sometimes a loving "kick in the butt!"

My coaching clients, about 70%+baby boomer women, tell me they feel great referring a friend to me for guidance & help them lead a life of passion about what they choose to do!

For my next Get Hired Now Teleseries,(begins Oct. 10 at 7pmEST), I’m offering a special Friendship Discount. Bring 2 friends and get a 50% discounted price!  Bring 3 & you’re in for FR*EE.  Everyone wins!  Your friends will thank you for showing your love & support.  Register www.eCareerCorner.com/gethired.htm

This program includes an easy-to- use Individual Action Plan, 7 hours teleclasses & 4-hour Group Coaching sessions & an online community where you can discuss how your Action Plan is going, and get questions answered from me as your coach as well as your small group!  I give you the textbook as a FR*EE Bonus!  28 Days to a Lifestyle that Fits!  Work doesn’t have to just a paycheck!  Get Hired & Land a GREAT job! Tailor the program to your dreams-work you love-self employment or a career!

What is a friend?


Marcia the Transition Chick, Marcia Merrill, Career/Life Transitions Coach

I help midlife women discover the BEST is yet to come!

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