There’s a new way to find job security: by doing what you love

Media Release – Three-City Kickoff in Toronto Sept 23rd, 2017

What do top execs, mid-level managers and baristas all have in common? They all know that no matter how hard they work or how many hours they put in, these days, no job is secure. With big lay-offs more frequent than not (think Sears, Rogers, and Bombardier), every industry in every city across Canada is a target.

So how can people protect themselves from losing their livelihoods? It’s easier than one might think, and it has to do with making our passions work for us rather than the other way around.

Lianne Bridges of Designing Transformation is kicking off her three-city Canadian tour in Toronto on September 23 (See Link) to inform, instruct, and inspire people who want to dramatically improve their success with new careers or businesses, or to refocus their existing one. See also Montreal and Vancouver Workshops.

Lianne is an accomplished speaker who gives your viewers and listeners what they need to transition from the 9-to-5 grind, whether they’re looking for a total career overhaul, have been forced to reconsider job options, or want to become leaders in their field.

Lianne went through her own transformation after the death of her husband in 2009, so she knows all about the courage it takes to begin again. Her personal story and years of experience guiding others are the catalyst many people need to start building their lives according to their passion.

The new year is now, and Lianne sees the first days of autumn energy as the best time to get life moving in a new direction. The good news is that people don’t have to immediately quit their jobs or make other dramatic changes to move closer to their dream life.

Lianne wants to share her five steps to transformation with your listeners and viewers. Here is a quick look at what Lianne would bring to the interview:

  1. Start with your why, your purpose—some people want a change, but can’t put their finger on what will move them to success and happiness.
  2. Make a plan and stick to it—the best time to look for a new job is in January or February, but the ideal time to plan for one is now.
  3. Find your community—like-purposed individuals inspire, motivate and support each other.
  4. Pursue self-mastery—remove self-doubt, double up on the compassion, and find the courage and confidence to rise to challenges.
  5. Make inspiration a daily practice—The most successful people are those who make time every day – not just on weekends or holidays – for what inspires them.

Lianne is available to speak in the coming weeks about her transformational process and how she can help them pursue their passions. There’s a new way to get job security—by doing what you love.

Lianne BridgesWho is Lianne Bridges?

Lianne Bridges is an inspirational speaker, workshop leader and founder of Designing Transformation who loves inspiring and helping others reignite their passion, find the deeper calling of life and attract great prosperity.

The heartbreaking loss of her husband in 2009 compelled Lianne to stop going through the motions of work, sleep, repeat. Lianne put her MBA and 30-year track record serving multi-nationals at the service of others—guiding people to live consciously and awaken to their highest potential and purpose.

As a writer and speaker, Lianne has shared her story and her transformative process on CTV News, The Huffington Post, Conscious Millionaire, Wisdom 2.0 and as a guest lecturer at Concordia and McGill Universites, weaving together her personal and professional experiences to offer the audience a rich and engaging experience.

Lianne wants to share her story and tools with everyone who believes the future belongs to spirit-centered entrepreneurs and leaders.

Lianne can be reached at:

Designing Transformation Productions
(514) 825-0732

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About the Author:

She is a change leader, social entrepreneur, writer, speaker, teacher, consultant and mother. With an MBA and a 30-year track record serving multi-nationals, Lianne left the corporate after the heart-breaking loss of her husband in 2009 to dedicate her life to her true passion – helping people live consciously and awaken to their highest potential and purpose.

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