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Inflection Points: How to Work and Live with Purpose

Inflection Points: How to Work and Live with Purpose

Current price: $24.95
Publication Date: May 24th, 2022
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Discover your purpose with the Game Plan System

In Inflection Points: How to Work and Live with Purpose, renowned executive coach and speaker Matt Spielman delivers an energizing and hands-on existential navigational tool that walks you through how to identify what really matters in life and how to achieve it. Using a powerful life transformation system called the "Game Plan System"--or GPS --you will simply use the answers to straightforward questions to reorient your perspective and refocus your efforts on realizing happiness and fulfilment.

In the book, you will also learn to:

  • Create a powerful new roadmap to achieve what truly matters to you and move aside what may be getting in the way
  • Celebrate your wins and effectively process your setbacks
  • Discover and consider the value of coaching in your personal and professional life

The perfect book for anyone hoping to move through life with confident and renewed purpose and vigor, Inflection Points is an expertly crafted and powerful collection of strategies to act with more intentionality, help yourself and others, and realize your goals and achieve greater fulfillment.

About the Author

MATT SPIELMAN is the Chief Performance Officer and Head Coach of Inflection Point Partners, an organizational, career and executive coaching firm. He combines decades of senior executive experience with extensive training. He is an ICF Professional Certified Coach and is a graduate of the Executive and Organizational Coaching program at Columbia University. He is also a National Board Certified Health & Wellness coach. Matt received his MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BA from Columbia University, where he earned national honors as a varsity baseball player.