It sure looks like Spring has arrived, quite early at that! It’s all we can talk about, we’re so excited for the changing of Seasons. Spring brings new growth, renewal and a shift in energy. This can be very indicative for how “Spring” feels on Centerpoint’s Natural Cycles of Change- our cyclical model of how the career process REALLY works. Our foundational teaching shows you how to navigate uncertainty, and get unstuck. This can be a powerful model for many people who thought they didn’t have any choices, or control, over their career path. This is not only untrue, it’s what tends to keep people from making positive changes. Centerpoint is honored to have helped tens of thousands find their true selves, and design a life they love.

Those of us at Centerpoint (faculty and board of directors) feel reinvigorated with Spring on the horizon, and we’re looking forward to seeing you at our events, workshops, or just pop by to say hi! Thank you- and enjoy the sun!

Leah Krieger
Executive Director

March Programs

Navigating Change Full Day Workshop- March 21 and Evening Session March 18 & 19th.
Passion Search spots still available for Tuesday March 10th and Saturdays March 21st.
Fun fact- we are offering a 2-week version of Passion Search April 13th. Session will be 11-1:30pm daily.
Vision Into Action will be offered April 1st & 2nd- work on perfecting your Vision Statement!

Drum Roll Please- Carol’s OWN Website!

We are thrilled to officially share with you! As you know, Carol is a busy lady. She’s traveling all over the country presenting the work done here at Centerpoint Institute, enlightening individuals about finding work with meaning and purpose, as well as wearing her author hat with “The Time Between Dreams.” As Carol continued to add to her growing speaking engagements, articles, and otherwise fun Founder events- it became obvious she may need her own website in order to keep you all updated! We will share highlights with you of course, but please visit her site to stay tuned to where she is, what she’s doing, and to buy her book! And of course, if you are able to EVER see her speak live- I highly recommend doing that! She is so motivating and inspirational, it never gets old. Speaking of- I get to see her closing Keynote Speaker speech at this weekend’s Career Development Conference in British Columbia. We’d love to see you there! 🙂

We Are Looking For…

Our Board of Directors is looking to add a member- specifically an attorney. If you are interested in joining a dynamic working board please contact us.

We are also seeking a long term volunteer that can help out in our front office. Perhaps one day a week, no more than that. Contact us for more information, or to apply! 206-686-5433


Career Mixer! March 10th at Impact Hub. This is not a Centerpoint event, but Centerpoint will be there! Will you?

Have you registered yet? “An Evening with Professionals” on Thursday March 26th at 6pm. This event is perfect for someone seeking additional resources during their career transition. We will have an Assistant Director of HR, an entrepreneur who grows today’s leaders, Seattle’s representative of AARP, and more! We’ll have networking and snack time, register here!

Puget Sound Business Journal Event worthy of telling you about: BizWomen Mentoring Monday. I went to this last year and loved it!

Save the date! We will be offering a NEW Health & Wellness Program- A Day of YOU! A one-day Retreat scheduled for Saturday May 2nd. Space is limited, view details here.

Resource Section

One more time- here is Carol’s recent interview on New Day Northwest!

The One Interview Question Most People Are Not Prepared For“- by Bernard Marr/LinkedIN

10 Reasons Why Losing Your Sh*t Will Make Your Life Come Together” – by Aleksandra Slijepcevic/Elite Daily

Resolving To Create a New You“- by Ruth Change/NY Times

Meet the Most Impressive Woman On Forbe’s Female Billionare List” – by Julie Zeilinger/Identities.Misc

Quote of the Day!

“I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition.”
– Martha Washington