Identity: The Key to Fast Track Your Career Success

If you know who you are then you can find the right: job/career or role in business that is right for you. Finding the 'right' Life Path is easier than you think. Once you have the 'right' general direction then discovering you innate skills and abilities is the second step to allowing your highest values to naturally emerge. More

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About Trish Mackenzie

Trish Mackenzie found her identity, her true spiritual, and human Life Path and Purpose, by using the techniques described in this, her first book. With professional qualifications in accounting, mass communications, education and counseling, Trish has done everything from tutoring and lecturing in accounting, to running an accounting practice, making a movie, to mentoring girls and women in business, to opera singing.
She wrote, directed and produced her first short film, The Rip-Off, and, as a hobby, is dabbling in the process of developing her other movie scripts as a hobby. As head of her own accounting practice, Trish was a finalist in the Telstra Women in Business Awards. As a counselor, Trish was a finalist in the Sydney Business Review Weekly Women in Business Awards. She gave up her accounting practice to follow her true identity, and follow her Life Path as an inspirational writer, counselor and speaker.
Knowing her unique natural talents and spiritual role on the planet, and being able to fully express her highest values in the ‘vehicle’ that is right for her, Trish is now well on the way to living the life she deserves.
Trish lives in Bowral, New South Wales, Australia with her two cats, Princess and Leo, where she practices as a Life Path Counsellor and Coach to individuals and businesses. Information about Trish’s books, seminars, webinars and e-courses are available on her website. www.learntobesuccessfulnow.com.

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