The idea of creating a career that you love isn’t far fetched. Career and leadership expert Kimberly B. Cummings dishes on building a personal brand, identifying the next step in your career path, and advice for people who don’t love their jobs.
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How would you like to have a career that you love?

The idea of creating a career that you love isn’t far fetched. It’s completely possible to do without starting your own business.

This week’s guest, career and leadership development expert Kimberly B. Cummings is the founder of Manifest Yourself, a company that provides in-person and virtual workshops, training, coaching, and resources to women and people of color looking to lead a dynamic career and life.

In this episode of Pimp Your brilliance, Kimberly dishes on building a personal brand, identifying the next step in your career path, and advice for people who don’t love their jobs.

BEST MOMENTS:

[6:41] – Fears holding people back from career movement
[10:41] – How to start building a personal brand
[14:14] – Identifying the next step in your career path
[18:54] – Switching careers and making more money
[21:21] – Advice for people who don’t love their jobs
[29:20] – How to start working on professional development
[33:20] – Kimberly’s book recommendations
[36:01] – Great advice for identifying a mentor
[47:27] – Pimp Your Brilliance Action Challenge– 3 things you can do to create a career that you love

VALUABLE RESOURCES:

To Read – The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller

To Review – Jopwell: A career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals

CONNECT WITH KIMBERLY:

Website | Instagram | LinkedIn

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