Wholesome Career Living Inc. Presents – Wholesomecareerliving.tv – Videos, Podcasts and Sound Clips to Empower You Towards Wholesome Living in Your Life and Career
WholesomeCareerLiving.tv, a New Website Provides Sound and Movie Clips to Equip You to Engage Your Life,
Career and Purpose.
Wholesome Career Living Inc. has launched a new TV site to
provide multimedia resources on the topics of career planning, life transition
management, executive coaching and purposeful living.
‘We are tapping into the ever increasing trends in video watching on the web, and using it as a leverage for enhanced customer engagement” says Company President and CEO Tolu Adeleye,Ph.D.
The website features video content from experts and practitioners in the mentioned subject areas as well as those of individuals who speak from an experiential point of view. Movie clips, podcasts, videos are sourced from YouTube, vimeo, and other
video-sharing sites as well as iTunes and other podcast directories sharing
The various video and podcasts are organized in easy-to-access
categories on the site. Furthermore, video magazine episodes featuring view points
of multiple experts on a chosen topic will be presented on regular basis at www.wholesomecareerliving.tv
The website also serves as a forum for interaction between practitioners in the career management and life coaching fields and visitors to
In line with the company’s service offerings as a ‘provider of services that cover the whole career continuum’, the website features topics such as:
- Careers tools for new grads
- The needs of the millennial worker
- Transitioning from employment to self-employment
- Midlife career change
- Returning to the workforce
- Flex careers
- Working after 50
- Working as expatriates
- Purposeful living
- Leadership issues
- Your work and your health
The provision of these key issues and others in visual and audio forms through this site and the interaction that ensues will better position the company’s customers for greater successes in their goals.
The company’s goal is that the website will become a go-to center for watching and listening to empowering sound and movie clips on career planning,
leadership and purposeful living.
To watch, listen, subscribe or comment on the various video, podcast and movie clip contents on career planning, life transition management
and executive coaching please visit www.wholesomecareerliving.tv
WholesomeCareerLiving.net,Our Newly Launched Website Provides Information on Career Planning, Life Transition Management and Publishing
Victoria, BC – June 20, 2012
Wholesome Career Living Inc. has created a niche destination site around the topics of career planning and life transition management with an added parallel in publishing.
“As a provider of Whole Life Career Solutions, our company’s goal is to make available to our
customers and clients, tools and resources that will help them make informed
decisions as they work on engaging their careers and personal lives towards
purposeful living” says Company President and CEO Tolu Adeleye, Ph.D.
“Through provision of this website, we aim to serve our
clients better by offering valuable content delivered in a manner that filters
out the noise and in an easily accessible platform”.
At www.wholesomecareerliving.net news and opinion are collated from various
sources in the industries – current events, government, opinion leaders, experts
and practitioners of the trades. These are then prioritized, categorized and delivered
in a variety of ways.
The career news include but are not limited to the
- career advice
- career transition
- career change
- workforce reentry
The life transition management news include categories of:
- loss and grief
The additional parallel on publishing targets readers who
might want to pursue this avenue when at crossroads in their life or career.
The categories include:
- publishing coach
The organization of news on the portal makes it easy for
visitors to find news that overlap the industries of career planning and life
transition management such as career advice for the recent divorcee. This aligns well with the company’s core value of provision of whole life career solutions.
Visitors who on the other hand, are focused on any one of
the industries -careers, life transitions or publishing- will find news in
their area of interest as specifically categorized and under trending topics.
Readers have the choice of having industry-specific news
delivered to them through subscription to one or more of the daily newsletters
or subscription to the site’s RSS feeds. Moreover, the website’s content is
fully searchable and visitors have the option of registering at the site and
participating in the discussions on the contents.
In addition, the WholesomeCareer blog, the company blog
which is also part of the website provides thoughts, insights and views on the
industry by the company staff.
The company’s goal is that the website will become the
center for career news while providing information on management of life
transitions so that our clients and industry patrons will have access to up-to-date
content through the portal.
To read, subscribe or comment on the daily news and opinion
on career, life transition management and publishing, visit the site at www.wholesomecareerliving.net
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Mind the GAP!
One of the highlights of my ‘memory banks’ of my experience of living in London, England is the London Underground tube system. This ever-efficient public transportation of the cosmopolitan city ensures that thousands of the city’s commuters get to and fro work on a daily basis. For many years, I was one of those thousands milling about the busy underground train system; struggling to acquire a tiny amount of its real estate to put our feet on till we get to our station of choice. For a long time after I left the great city I always remembered the overhead public announcement system dishing out the warning phrase – MIND THE GAP- whenever we got to one of the stations on my daily route. Yes, there was a gap in between the underground rail track and the edge of the door of the train at that particular station. This design artifact makes it easy for a non-observing passenger trying to get in or off the train to slip their legs into the space created by this gap-a very scary mishap. Luckily the PA warnings were effective and passengers have not been known to have accidents at those scenes.
There is another type of GAP you do need to mind in your pursuit of wholesome living. This gap is the one between where you are now and where you envisage being in the future. In the previous issue of this newsletter, I encouraged you to engage your power of vision. I invited you to dream BIG and imagine a life where all aspects of your life are well interconnected. I believe you were able to envision great things for both your personal and career lives. I hope you were able to cast a vision of an ideal future in which you have great engagement in all aspects of your life.
The visioning part is only the beginning of your step towards a wholesome way of living. Having defined in some ways the type of ideal world you will like to be in, you need to have a process in place that will anchor your getting that type of life. This process is one that will help you mind the gap between the current life that you have and the ideal future you have envisioned. It includes defining what it will take to get from point A to Point B.
A number of thought-provoking questions will help you with this stage in your journey towards wholesome living.
How will you bridge that gap?
What kind of obstacles do you anticipate might be in your way of achieving the wholesome way of living?
What barriers would you have to knock off to achieve that kind of life you desire?
Are there pieces of knowledge and information that you need to gather together to be able to make informed decisions?
Do you need to enlist the help of others to help you find answers to this line of questioning?
In upcoming issues of this newsletter, I will provide information about such resources that may help you mind that gap; tools that will help you decipher how to go about bridging that gap.