Surviving 2020 Webinar Series

It’s true, 2020 has been a challenging year.  Moving to online everything has been energy changing for us at Find Your Fit; BUT, we are so very thankful to be able to continue to connect with you through virtual technologies!

Over the summer we took time to develop new coaching services and webinar programs that we hope will inspire and encourage you. Our materials may be new but our mission is the same. Our continued hope is for you to discover, explore and transform your career or work life.

We are happy to continue to partner with the Basilica of St. Mary Employment Ministry to offer free webinar programs to a larger Twin Cities community.

If you are in transition of any kind we hope you will join us for our upcoming Free webinars.

Let’s do this!  

Cindy and the Find Your Fit Team

  • October 8, 2020
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Come build a personal brand statement, aka, a 30 second commercial, that represents who you are, what you do best, and where you want to go. Learn how to apply your branding to your resume and LinkedIn profile. Plus, gain insights on how to use your brand language when introducing and representing yourself to others.

  • October 29, 2020
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Come learn an easy to remember 4 part interview process that you can apply in all types of interviewing from HR phone screens to the dreaded virtual group interview. We will discuss pre-interview stress management and post interview follow-up strategies. Learn how to sell, and protect, yourself by asking strategic questions, to an employer without the fear of losing a job offer.

  • November 12, 2020
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Are you are stressed out or bored with work or life? Both conditions create the same response: a lack of energy to do anything! Come learn proven stress management techniques to improve your productivity and get back on track towards achieving your goals. Let’s do this.


  • 2020 CTE Works! Summit
    November 3, 2020
    10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Presenters: Cindy Edwards, M.A., ACC, BBC and Annie Montemayor, M.A. Often people think the term disability only refers to people using a wheelchair or walker, but in reality 74% of Americans who live with a severe disability don’t use such devices. Invisible disabilities are not immediately apparent, “masked” to an observer, and can: sometimes or (more…)

Workshops will return when in-person gatherings are safe.