What you will learn:
What makes you successful?
Most people struggle to answer this question because the concept of "success" is exceptionally complex and individually defined. Still, society has for generations used the same three-pronged, one-size-fits-all approach to measuring the success of a human life: money, power, and honors. While this makes for a simple definition, it fails to accurately capture the unique and personal journey that each of us takes to find our success. Exacerbated by this age of technology and constant connectedness, the gap in societal and personal success measurement can lead many to worry that their lives aren't as successful as their peers'.
Using the science of success, this course offers a malleable blueprint that anyone can use to create a career that makes them feel happy, fulfilled, and ultimately successful. By the end, participants will have a refreshed perspective and a new path for their professional journey.
About the instructor:
Bill Connolly is a writer, marketer, and comedian. He is the author of three books: "Mindspace: How to Live a More Creative Life in the Age of Distraction," "The Success Disconnect: Why the Smartest People Choose Meaning Over Money," and "Funny Business: Build Your Soft Skills Through Comedy." He frequently writes and speaks on topics such as soft skill development, personal & career growth, content strategy, and creative expression. He has presented or taught workshops at organizations like New York University, Allstate Insurance, and The Hearst Corporation, and his work has appeared in top media outlets such as The New York Times, Digiday, Fast Company, and Forbes.
Twice named "Best in Fest" at the Burbank Comedy Festival, Bill has hosted hundreds of live comedy shows in New York City, Los Angeles, and Boston, where he currently lives with his wife and golden retriever. By day, he leads partner marketing and community for Monotype, a leading design firm, and by night, teaches in the Communications school at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts.
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Suggested Length60 min
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