Janine L. Moore

Janine L. Moore
Janine L. Moore
Work On Your Own Terms
Work On Your Own Terms in midlife & beyond is for career changers who seek enjoyable work that fits their lifestyle. It’s for Boomer women who want to enjoy more freedom, to travel in a meaningful way and to capture the idealism of their youth and use it to make a difference.

Harness the power of brain plasticity and quantum physics to overcome the six primary fears that hold you back. Change your mind so you no longer fear: Poverty, Criticism, Poor Health, Loss of Love, Aging or Death.

Take a thought-provoking, quirky look at how to fulfill your potential. Recognize that a midlife career change is exciting – because you finally have the chance to do the work you love!

Hear and express your own voice. Examine your beliefs and walk through the steps that interlock the puzzle of your life so that you are the only piece that completes it. In 30 days or less, you will be able to visualize a compelling future.

Surprisingly, this book has a Soundtrack.
Gabriola / BC / Canada
Janine L. Moore has been a Career Counsellor and Workshop Facilitator for 20+ years. She transitioned into self-employment when her job transformed in a way she felt no longer served client needs. She is feisty, fun and engaging and is dedicated to being a catalyst of change for the better.

She has a Master of Arts Degree in Leadership and Training, numerous certificates in counselling, diplomas in Corporate Communication and Recreation Leadership, is a qualified instructor of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and is certified in three areas: Life Skills Coach, Senior Advisor, and Retirement Coach.

Her love of music often has her out Morris Dancing, singing and playing out-of-tune songs on her ukulele or attending live music festivals and concerts.

1] Midlife Career Change is a Spiritual Journey
2] Make Money While You Travel
3] Love Your Work & Enjoy More Freedom
4] Voluntary Simplicity Can Make You Richer
5] Do What You Are If You Want To Be Happy

“There is a candle in your heart, ready to be kindled.
There is a void in your soul, ready to be filled.
You feel it, don’t you?”
Rumi

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