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9 Videos (50m)
    • Introduction (Final) (LWYD)

      2:19
    • 1. Overview: Why is Loving what you do important

      1:55
    • 2. Finding the Fascination in What You Do

      5:09
    • 3. Finding Love in the Why

      9:24
    • 4. Linking what you do to an expression of who you are

      4:19
    • 5. Linking what you do to what matters to you

      4:56
    • 6. When the Going gets Tough

      6:00
    • 7. Appreciating the nuances of what you do

      8:07
    • 8. Doing Something Different

      8:18

About This Class

In this course, find out how to love what you do and create the fascination that allows you to have more magic in your day.

This course is for you, if you:

  • Have found what you wanted to do, but struggling to find connection to the parts that you do not like
  • Are stuck in your job and want to love what you do
  • Have obligations to meet and are struggling to be happy in your job

This course will help you learn:

  1. Strategies in creating interest in what you find mundane
  2. How to optimize your effectiveness
  3. How to connect what you do to what matters to youf3c0fa4d

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Kelvin Lim

Southeast Asia's first Master Coach

Kelvin is the founder of Live Your Mark and a professional coach since 1997. He is a pioneer in the coaching field and has contributed significantly to the growth of the coaching industry in Asia. He received his certification as a Master Certified Coach in 2005, becoming the 1st person in South East Asia to receive the highest possible certification in the field of professional coaching.

Throughout the years, Kelvin has focused his efforts on championing coaching, humanitarian campaigns and business innovation, with the last earning him a nomination for the Spirit of Enterprise Award in 2009 for Excellence in Entrepreneurial Endeavour and Spirit. He was also selected as a candidate for the Innovative Fundraising Award for the National Philanthropic and Volunteerism Awards 2008, for his collection of life-transforming accounts, which he had written and compiled within 24 hours. Kelvin was also a board member of Culture Project in New York City, and sponsored the 64th UN Day Concert in UN Headquarters in NYC, which paid a tribute to the UN peacekeepers for their effort in maintaining international peace and security, as well as being involved in relief efforts in the 2010 Haiti Earthquake.

As a highly sought-after coaching specialist, Kelvin has worked with over 5,000 individuals directly and 15,000 people indirectly from Europe, China and many Southeast Asian countries. Through his developmental and transformational coaching, ECI is able to showcase its professional and life coaching services to the Singapore public and the region.

Kelvin is also the co-author of 3 published books. He continues his research and development efforts by his program design work as well as seeking highly accomplished masters in varied disciplines to advance his knowledge of transforming human and organizational consciousness and performance.