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Saturday, November 11, 2023, 9 a.m. to noon, PT

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Saturday November 11, 2023 • 9:00 a.m. - noon PT

(11 a.m. to 2 p.m. CT, noon to 3 p.m. ET)

Type and Career: Planned Happenstance and Life’s Journey

Presented Virtually By 

Mary Lynne Schoenbeck
 (ENFJ preferences)

 Current BAAPT members:  Free  --  First Time Guests of current BAAPT members: Free
 First Time Guests via BAAPT / SF MBTI Meetup - Free 
 Visitors:  $25 --  Student visitors: $15

 Join us on November 11th when Mary Lynne Schoenbeck will guide us to:

**Discover how two career counseling tools intersect with personality type for a more complete approach in work and life planning! Both models create openings from unexpected opportunities for positive outcomes.

**Explore how the Planned Happenstance theory (J.Krumboltz and A.Levin) supports decision-making in life transitions using five skills everyone owns.

**Delve into the second model: Motivation and Direction in Life’s Journey (Mary Lynne Schoenbeck).  We will begin with the big picture, move to exercises for each step of the way, and magically turn from the Z to an N decision-making model.

 This presentation is geared to ALL levels of type knowledge.



Mary Lynne Schoenbeck, ENFJ, a retired career counselor/life planning coach, has enjoyed 30 years of learning and growing with the BAAPT community, serving in many roles. Over the past 10 years+ as Program Director she oversaw 100 speakers/programs. She also serves on the APTi Program Council.  Her impressive career includes 18  positions, many in leadership. Mary Lynne worked in the Stanford Career and at Career Action Center in Cupertino. She co-founded The Third Age Coalition,  a group of SF Bay Area career and counseling professionals interested in supporting people living with purpose after age 50.





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