Testimonials on Marion’s book
It is mentioned in your book, as an introduction to keep you informed.
By my writing, I just want to tell you that I read your book with interest, it gives me a lot of tools for personal development and useful references for self-help.
Thank you and best regards “
I read your book!
And I had a lot of pleasure. I find it rich, abundant, pleasant, dynamic. It can be read well from beginning to end, but also with a twist, one theme or another. I think it can really become a companion for people in career transition.
I congratulate you warmly. »
“The diagram with the PETs and ANTs spoke to me a lot. I was immediately able to understand and identify an element that had already happened many times in my life. It’s true, we have all experienced moments of failure in our professional lives. The book leads us back to the path of PEP and to re-appropriate the vitality that is within us.
No one has a magic wand to bounce back, but the exercises to be practiced in the book are a great help in clarifying my approach and regaining energy. If I understood correctly, one can become the magician of his life to bounce back”.
“In her book, Marion Aufseesser opens doors to the reality of job search, without hiding the obstacles we may encounter. But she doesn’t leave us with a theoretical approach: she very generously gives us keys and practical tools; she guides us progressively through the tasks we need to accomplish to regain our self-confidence and to (re)find a job. On one condition: take the exercises she proposes seriously, do them in writing and don’t just read them. A book to be read and practiced urgently! »
“I read Marion’s book. As an expatriate in a rather isolated country where partners don’t easily find a job, I set up a career transition workshop based on Marion’s book. The proposed approach helped me to lead this group. The results spoke for themselves: Our exchanges did us a great deal of good on the moral level and we had several ideas on how to get involved in local working life.
Testimonials on Marion’s work
“I joined Marion’s workshop without much conviction. My employer was financing this program following my economic layoff. Marion’s workshop turned out to be a great springboard. With humor and sensitivity, she helped us realize the gaps in our resumes, cover letters and presentations.
I went home and modified my resume according to Marion’s suggestions. I sent my CV back to companies that hadn’t accepted it in the last few months. With my new CV I received several invitations to present myself. Finally in 10 days I had a new job. I was able to reorient myself in the private sector after several years in the public sector.
I was even able to increase my salary. »
“I financed my own career transition program. I liked my position. After a pregnancy and with a new manager the situation changed. I had to leave the company. I had lost my self-confidence. Thanks to my work with Marion, I was able to regain my self-confidence. In a short period of time I found a job that perfectly matched what I was looking for”.
“While I was working as a journalist for a struggling daily newspaper, Marion coached me and thanks to her advice I not only improved my management skills, I was also able to realize my dream: Apply for and get a job on the radio!
Marion combines theory and common sense to perfection”.
“The beginning of my professional life did not bring me the success I had hoped for. When I met Marion my self-confidence was at an all-time low. Thanks to my work with her I regained my confidence and was able to effectively look for and find work”.
“I don’t have a very good education. My childhood wasn’t all rosy, with an alcoholic father and a depressed mother. I built myself up on my own, somehow. I fought. I have a technical background. Unfortunately my written skills are lacking. This undermines me and has made me lose confidence in myself. I couldn’t expect to receive any promotions.
When I lost my job I was unable to write my resume or a cover letter. I didn’t think I could do it.
Marion’s positive approach helped me a lot. She pushed me to work with my colleague who was retiring. Together they convinced me that at the age of 31 anything was possible. I signed up for French and computer classes. Today I have new skills. I no longer feel helpless or dependent. »