‘Own It: The Secret to True Success and Fulfillment’ with Liv Syptak
What does success look like to you? Success strategist and career coach Liv Syptak specializes in blasting through barriers that block true success and keep us unfulfilled and unhappy.
On Sept. 22, Syptak, an accomplished long-distance runner, cyclist and triathlete, will present “Own It: The Secret to True Success and Fulfillment” at Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Breckenridge’s Speaker Series. An 18-year corporate career prior to launching her coaching practice was the laboratory in which Syptak became keenly aware of the epidemic of discontent and unhappiness among even the most successful professionals. Syptak now blends business experience with expertise in professional and personal development to support clients. She holds an MBA from the University of Denver — Daniels College of Business — a Master of Education from The George Washington University and is an International Coach Federation certified coach. Syptak had worked in various positions for Newmont Mining Corporation before launching her coaching business two years ago.
During Syptak’s interactive session at CMC, she will uncover the ways that people often give up on their opportunity for true success and fulfillment. Attendees will leave this session understanding why the survival approach to working and living is counterproductive to experiencing success and will learn practical ways to stop buying into the mentality that success has to be hard and miserable.
This free event is on Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium. Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge is at 107 Denison Placer Road. Call Heidi Kunzek at (970) 453-6757 ext. 2614 or go to cmcspeaks.com for more information.
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