“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” -Howard Thurman Whether you’re an organization looking for a better way to realize the potential of your employees or an individual looking for work you love, you’ve come to the right place! Tracy Timm has the courses, content, and common sense you need to bring your business or career to life.
Everything You Need to Take Your Career to “The Nth Degree”
Explore where you are right now with a “life audit” so you can stop feeling lost.
Dive into what makes you like by assessing your behavioral drives and motivating needs.
Track what you’ve learned over time by analyzing how you do and don’t like to work.
Tap into the people you know to leverage their expertise and create advocates for your career.
Create your “why” so you can finally take action that will lead you to your dream role.
Master everything you need to know about finding work you love that you didn’t learn in school.
“Before working with Tracy I was approaching my job search in a counterproductive way. I would spend countless hours trolling job boards and racking my brain in hopes that the “dream job” would magically hit me over the head. In working with Tracy, she encouraged me to take some big steps back. We really tapped in to who I am and what experiences I’ve acquired along the way to create an ideal professional environment in which I could thrive. Tracy reminded me about a tough and confident person who got buried during my struggle and that I have a lot to offer others, both professionally and personally. THANK YOU TRACY!”
Sam Schiffman: Miami, FL
“Tracy was extremely helpful in understanding what type of culture and position would be a good fit for my strengths and personality. I have taken surveys and read books on this topic before, but she really understands this area and her intuitive consulting skills really made my next career steps very clear.”
Devin Ellis: Dallas, TX
“In the early stages of listening to my gut on my career change, your blogs were pivotal in reminding me to keep pushing toward my self-defined excellence in life. I remember seeing you at work, thinking about how you were different, meant for something more. You're now using those lessons of discomfort to tell the world, "you're not alone!" and "stop doing sh*t you hate!" You did it, and so can we.”