“Work is love made visible." -Khalil Gibran
You might have a decent or even great job and career, but a subtle nudge is pushing you to explore what's next...
Or you might be actively thinking about what's next for you...
Or maybe the circumstances haven't been great to you and you're forced to examine your career...
The old way of thinking about our jobs is based on skills-and-experience approach.
To find fulfillment and satisfaction, you need a different paradigm of thinking.
The Career Leap Method is a guided, inquiry-based process that will ground you in your career values and establishes values-driven mindset. This mindset allows for new ways of thinking about where and what you can be doing.
Throughout our life, we're taught how to acquire knowledge, learn new technologies and sharpen our soft skills, we aren't taught how to align our careers to our values.
And we spend a significant part of our lives at work.
According to recent Gallup polls, only about 15% of the workforce experiences satisfaction.
At the same time, on the other side of the spectrum, we hear voices shouting, "Follow your passion! Follow your passion!" While that worked for a few, it isn't clear how the rest of us should navigate our careers...
This is why we developed The Career Leap Method.
If you're experiencing lasting dissatisfaction with your work, it is because your work is not aligned with your career values. Even if you're producing great results, receiving promotions, and earning raises...
Your fulfillment, satisfaction and sense of meaning at work are measured against the career values dimensions.
Hello, I am Misha. After years of fruitful corporate career, I now focus on activities that make a difference for others and spark joy in my heart. One of those projects is The Career Leap.
For the past twenty years, I was deeply immersed into both the material world and spiritual realm. Now, I bring both these paradigms together to empower people and organizations.
Untill recently, I was a partner at a "Big Four" management consulting & accounting firm, where I spent 15 glorious years. I managed $100M+ worth of projects; navigated dozens of corporate cultures; advised hundreds of clients; built countless number of strategies, processes and systems; and managed and guided the careers of hundreds of professionals.
Additionally, I was the partner in charge of the Flexibility & Work-Life Balance initiative that created significant quantifiable and recognized impact for our employees.
While managing a demanding consultant career, I released a music album of my original songs "Are We Ready" (under Misha Lyuve), developed a jewelry line, wrote a blog, traveled the world, adopted three kids, and served as a board member of Worldwide Orphans.
"The program allowed me to step away from 'my job as means of survival' mindset and recall what I am actually passionate about in life and in my career."
"Best investment in myself and my career."
"No more 'justified paralysis'! I’m ready to rock and roll and meet with my next CEO!"
"Because of the program I took actions outside of my comfort zone."
"The process revealed strengths I hadn’t allowed myself to recognize as beneficial to others in their career - and life."
Life is too short and precious not do meaningful and satisfying work.
The program includes:
Program kickoff: introductory video sent after your register
Live sessions: 5 Tuesdays: January 19, 26, February 5, 12 and 26th at 8-9 PM eastern (recorded for your convenience)
Private Facebook group: ask questions, discuss topics and share between the sessions
Now, just $147
"Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage."
~ Maya Angelou