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Radio Show Get Passionate Combines Career Advice with Host Experiments in 2013(December 30, 2012)
London, England (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
In January 2013, the career advice Get Passionate radio show is returning after a successful trial year, this time with a brand new formula. A daring one. Genevieve de Lacaze, jobs and career expert and host of the show, is committing to also apply the shows tips into her own life.
There will still be guests and stories from inspiring people who are walking the walk and talking the talk. The show still serves the same audience of entrepreneurs, career starters and changers, students and career professionals. However, listeners will now be encouraged to create their own life story from the tips, inspiration and guidance of the show. Genevieve avoids the one-dimensional attributes of many self-help programmes by teasing people, in her trademark Show-Rather-Than-Tell style, into solving their own problems.
I have been helping many people seeking a life or career change and there are two factors that set apart those who are still enjoying great success. One: constantly exploring new ideas and two: following through with confident action. I want people to experience for themselves how these mere two factors can change their life and there is no better way than leading by example, says Genevieve.
Rather than following a monthly theme, the show is now based on one of the four stages of the Passion Pays journey that Genevieve lays out in her book Passion Pays: How to Make a Living From Your Passions and Change the World Too. The four stages of the book will be followed over four weeks:
--Stage 1: Understand Your Passions, Fundamentally
In week 1 shows, listeners will be given numerous tips to explore their view of the world and understand themselves better.
-- Stage 2: Build Your Expertise, Naturally
In week 2 shows, listeners will be able to follow through and learn different ways to maximise their skills and potential by cultivating what Genevieve calls the opportunity and growth mindset as opposed to the adversity and breakdown mindset.
--Stage 3: Deliver Your Value, Powerfully
In week 3 shows, listeners will build on their individuality, knowledge and skills. They will actively connect with the right people and start making things happen confidently. Guidance and tips on dealing with fears and tools on communication will be prevalent here.
--Stage 4: Get Paid, Rightfully
In week 4 shows, listeners will be guided through powerful strategies to put everything together and sell their value in the job market. Listeners will also get to appreciate their fulfillment needs.
More information on the four stages can be found on the Passion Pays book website: http://passionpaysbook.com. You can listen to the archive and upcoming episodes of the Get Passionate Radio on Blogtalkradio.
Genevieve adds: Ultimately, this radio show is about thinking differently, doing new things, innovating or improvising. In short, proactively creating the lives we want, with new eyes and new tools.
About Genevieve de Lacaze
Genevieve de Lacaze is a job and career change expert and a humanitarian who loves creating passionate conversations and ventures to uplift people in their life and career choices. She writes articles, delivers presentations and workshops on many empowering subjects in Europe, USA and Central America.
She is the author of Passion Pays: How to Make a Living From Your Passions and Change the World too.
She hosts the Get Passionate Radio Show.
She is the Official Expert Guide on Career Development at Selfgrowth.com, #1 self-improvement website and the Intl Head of Continuous Professional Development at the International Institute of Coaching (IIC).
But really. just an ordinary girl. changing the world. one passion at a time.
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