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Career change mindset hack: Getting future focused


Monday, 26th August 2019 at 8:31 am
Clare Desira
What did you do for yourself today that will make tomorrow easier, brighter or more fun?


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Career change mindset hack: Getting future focused
Monday, 26th August 2019 at 8:31 am

What did you do for yourself today that will make tomorrow easier, brighter or more fun?

In her latest video, mindset coach and CSR professional Clare Desira talks about a killer question to retrain your brain and keep moving forward.

Desira heads up the Top Five Movement, a training organisation which supports changemakers and leaders in generous careers to have a bigger impact through a stronger mindset. 

The video is part of a weekly series on how the brain works and tools to tackle common mindset blockers during career change.

For more on Top Five’s services see here or find the full, award-winning deck of questions mentioned in the video here.


Clare Desira  |  @ProBonoNews

Clare Desira is head mindset coach and founder of the Top Five Movement.


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