Last month we welcomed engineer turned Mindset & Success Coach, Omer Qadri to our Lunch and Learn.
Omer shared with us his journey. His brave bold move to Canada to purse a career in engineering. He talked about achieving all of his big goals: graduating on the dean’s list, getting a good job, and owning his own car!
But soon found that he became stuck in a cycle of sleep-work-eat-netflix on repeat. He refers to it as “post-grad cerebral atrophy”.
He then set out on a learning path to discover an new formula for success which lead him to the 3P model of success: Purpose, Perspective & Process.
We were so grateful to have this enlightening conversation with Omer & our EoT community!
If you missed this event, you can find the replay here: https://youtu.be/SeKsTlJ_cH4
This month, we are talking with the acting director of Project Neutral, Jake Miller. Jake is going to share a valuable resources that Project Neutral has created to help everyone better understand how their daily decision affect climate change.
December Lunch and Learn: December 16th, noon – 1pm ET
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