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Katie Redfern publishes debut eBook ‘Working Meaningfully – Your fast-track guide to a career that lights you up.’

Expert Career Coaching for just £9.99

by jcp

TUNBRIDGE WELLS, 06 JAN 2022: Katie Redfern, career coach and founder of Meaningful Recruitment, today publishes her debut eBook ‘Working Meaningfully – Your fast-track guide to a career that lights you up.’ The book aims to bring Katie’s expert career coaching to a new audience, making her expert career guidance more affordable and accessible than ever before.

Well known for boosting client’s confidence by providing them with the right tools and resources, Katie is sharing her top tips and career advice in eBook format for just £9.99. The book is aimed towards those entering the new year seeking career clarity and a deeper meaning to their work life. The reader is guided along a journey of self-exploration through key information and exercises that Katie shares when she career coaches her clients.  Proven tips and advice for how to transform and adapt to a more meaningful work life are shared throughout the book so that each reader can work out what is meaningful to them and create the action and momentum needed to propel their career in the right direction.

Katie comments, “I’ve been an expert in my field of professional recruitment and career consultancy for over 20 years now and founded Meaningful Recruitment 5 years ago in 2016.  Since then, I’ve supported thousands of one to one clients along a journey of transformation in their careers and during Covid-19 I realised there was a massive need to help more people who were stuck in a rut.”

The book is available to buy on Amazon Kindle now.

Katie adds, “I share in the book that I’m dyslexic – this taught me from a very young age to persist, be resilient and think laterally. Dyslexia is my super power now, and against all odds, I’m very proud to have written my first eBook. I hope this inspires others with Dyslexia or any other learning difficulty and reminds them that we can turn our challenges into our strengths.”

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