A career coach guides sidelined people to meaningful work.
“In 2009, I really believe that’s when work changed. I remember I had to find the self-motivation to be productive and to move myself forward and find some type of purpose.”
– Natalie Pryce, Career Coach
About this episode:
A self-described introvert and computer geek, Natalie Pryce struggled in grade school and knows first-hand what it is like to have a major career disruption. Yet, Natalie, who is wickedly smart, has never defined herself by her personality type or her past professional setbacks; instead, she channels her own bravery to empower vulnerable people—especially older, out-of-work professionals—find and do meaningful work. Natalie gets them grounded, focused, restored to self-confidence, and earning a paycheck.
A career coach guides sidelined people. Astoundingly, over 90 percent of her clients find new jobs and re-start their careers.
In this podcast episode, Natalie, describes:
- Her childhood work-dreams. Starts at 2:51
- Breakthrough moments in college. Starts at 7:50
- The work done, and value proposition of, Pryceless Consulting. Starts at 25:01
- The critical need for ongoing professional development. Starts at 42:58
- How she thinks future of work may be more meaningful. Starts at 48:28
About our guest:
Natalie Pryce received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Relations from Central Connecticut State University. She is a successful entrepreneur and TEDx Speaker who uses her skill, resources, and thought-leadership to help local businesses grow and people thrive. Natalie lives and works in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
EPISODE DATE: March 6, 2020
Image credits: Sidelined workers, iStock Photo; Portrait, Olivier Kpognon.