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Best selling personal development author and life coach shows women how to find their “spark” and live a more fulfilling life.

According to the latest JOLTS report, the “Great Resignation” gained steam again in November, as a record number of 4.53 million Americans quit their jobs. This is more than just a story about people wanting to work from home and not dealing with difficult bosses.

The real catalyst for this change is that people, especially women, are asking deeper questions such as “What is my purpose in life? What can I contribute to the world, and how can I find more meaningful work?”

Like A Spark From Fire

Debra Maldonado, author of the new book, Like a Spark From Fire and CEO of CreativeMind University says, “We’ve seen an emergence in the market of Life Coach Training. Many of our students had good-paying jobs and they were unfulfilled. They are now changing careers to do more meaningful work.”

Debra’s latest book, “Like a Spark From Fire: Break Free from the Past, Shine Your Brilliance and Become Your True Self” empowers women to understand themselves in a deeper way and follow their bliss.

Debra Maldonado, author of Like A Spark From Fire, on The Table Read

Based on Jungian psychology and Eastern philosophy, Debra, along with her partner Robert Maldonado, Ph.D. have developed a life coaching system to assist individuals on their journey to discover their deeper selves and find their purpose in life.

About Debra Maldonado

Debra Berndt Maldonado is a Certified Master Jungian Life Coach Instructor and author of the bestselling book, LET LOVE IN: OPEN YOUR HEART & MIND TO ATTRACT YOUR IDEAL PARTNER.

She is the CEO of CreativeMind, a personal development and Life Coach Training company founded with her husband Robert Maldonado, Ph.D, where they developed the CreativeMind Method, a unique coaching methodology based on Jungian Psychology, Eastern Spirituality and Social Neuroscience.

For more information about CreativeMind visit https://www.creativemindlife.com

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