Some of us turn our head in denial. Others welcome new opportunities and horizons. Regardless, change comes to us all ... in our careers, our relationships, and throughout life. Carol Vecchio has helped thousands of people navigate these periods of ambiguity for over 30 years. From assisting students at New York University to creating the successful Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal in her beloved Seattle, Carol clears the fog hovering around change, so we can listen, learn, and direct our own transitions.
"Uncertainty is a quality to be cherished, therefore-if not for it, who would dare to undertake anything?"
-August de Villiers de L'Isle-Adam
With warmth, humor, and sincerity, Carol Vecchio provides a clear understanding of the natural cycles of change and guides us in defining our distinct needs and wants. Carol candidly shares her own personal experiences, and the many "a-ha" moments of those who have chosen Centerpoint Institute over the years. Her words resonate and inspire reflection, passion, and creativity-they provide the much needed comfort to navigate our own "Time Between Dreams."
"Carol's warmth, excitement and insights experienced within her trainings fill each chapter to help us reimagine our choices while designing a life. The Time Between Dreams accelerates movement, honors our differences, and provides essential insights to help us live with passion, purpose and kindness. A must read for those seeking and promoting how to embrace our life's seasons, and our career cycles while fitting our jobs into days which support our lives!"
~ Rich Feller Ph.D, President of the National Career Development Association, and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, Colorado State University
"Carol Vecchio has created the kind of book I'll turn to time and again, whenever life or work signals that something is about to shift. If change is the one constant, this book should be your constant companion."
~ Marci Alboher, VP of Encore.org and author of The Encore Career Handbook: How to Make a Living and a Difference in the Second Half of Life (Workman Publishing 2013)
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