Are you seeking to climb the professional ladder? Or are you trying to remain securely at the top? Either way my Career Readings reveal what you need to know about where you are headed professionally and how to take steps toward success.
I work with people from all walks of life and in every occupation to give them intuitive but practical guidance on their talents, prospects, potential and image.
Many of my clients turn to me for a Career Reading when they are considering a move or a promotion or just need an intuitive take of what’s going on behind the scenes. Other times, clients consult me when they are trying to re-discover their passion or re-ignite their fire for success.
Whether you're still wondering what you'll be when you grow up or whether you know exactly where you want to go but are unsure as to how to get there, one of my Career Readings will help you view yourself, your goals, direction, mission, purpose and situation in a new light - through the lens of intuition, symbolic sight and archetypal interaction.
And if you are contemplating undertaking a completely a new venture, then my Career Reading is your essential reading. My intuitive insights could prove invaluable toward ensuring that you go as far as you can dream.
You can contact me if you have any questions about my Career Readings.
And finally, with the purchase of this reading, you'll become a current client which entitles you to a year's full access to all of Alan's articles.
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