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So you feel stuck in your career By Martha D Karimi

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Seeking to change careers? Get a new job? Move from a toxic workplace? Or perhaps you feel stuck?
If you’d love to create a meaningful career, own your worth and boldly ask for what you want in your career, this is a must read!
So You Feel Stuck in Your Career? is packed with dozens of self-coaching tools & resources to support you in reinventing your career in 2022!

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