Formula for Success with Less
Have you ever felt like success is a secret club to which you’ll never belong no matter how hard you try? Do you ever feel like you’re the only one who can’t figure out how to do it all?
Karen Mangia has felt that way, too.
With her career on the rise and an expanding social circle, Karen thought she was replicating the formula for success she observed around her – keep doing more. Until suddenly, at the age of 33, she faced a chronically undiagnosed illness. She didn’t know what to call it, and neither did a team of five doctors.
Despite diet and exercise, she gained weight, lost color in her skin and in her eyes, and watched her energy drain away. What exactly was wrong with her? And how could she possibly sustain the formula for success she’d learned years prior – do more to be more?
Through the confusion, the fatigue, and the haze, she kept working, doing, being and achieving – sacrificing her health, her relationships. A last-ditch trip to an unorthodox doctor helped her to face a crossroads in her life – identifying the childhood reason for her poor health – and helping to turn her life around.
As a recovering overachiever, her journey through medical misdiagnosis left her wondering, “What more can she do?” The key to her success – and to yours – wasn’t tied to her determination, her ambition or her relationships. She had to simplify and adopt a powerful new formula for creating a life without regrets. That simple realization led her to discover a three step process that has transformed her life, her relationships, and her health.
On April 20th Karen will share with you her formula for Success With Less. Whether you’re trying to make changes in your calendar, your career, your relationships or your health, this simple, straightforward approach will help guide you.
What Karen has learned is that success is not elusive. Success is within reach for everyone, including you. The key is pausing long enough to define success on your terms. And then to release the self-created labels and obligations that keep you from being who you were meant to be. “Less” is about choosing the people and experiences that matter most to you and removing the ones that don’t. What remains is a new definition of success – a success that’s within your grasp.
We invite you to join Karen and many others on the journey to Success With Less.
The audience will walk away with a new formula for success they can define on their terms.
They will also walk away with a draft one page career template which can be found here:
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Thursday, April 20, 2017
6:30pm: Doors open, registration
6:30pm: Networking, Dinner served
7:00pm: Speaker begins
8:30pm: Program ends
12175 Visionary Way
Fishers, IN 46038
Enter through the Southeast Entrance
Online registration closes Monday, April 17 at 11:59PM
Seats are limited for this event - Register early
PMICIC members must login to the website to receive the member discount
PMICIC Member onsite: $25.00
Non-PMICIC Member onsite: $35.00
Day-of walk-in: $45.00 (cash, check, credit card)
Livestream online program: Free
Presented by: Karen Mangia
As Vice President, Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), Karen Mangia engages a global customer set to find new ways of improving the customer experience (CX) at Salesforce. Her team's work regarding customer feedback is central to product development, marketing and branding.
Formerly responsible for Insight Innovation at Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), she led a global team with oversight into Diversity Business Practices, Global Countertrade, and Customer Satisfaction. She created the Partner Experience Team for Cisco - a global, cross-functional initiative that made it easier and more profitable for partners throughout the sales channel. Featured prominently in the 2014 book, BulletProof Branding , Karen's initiatives in the partner channel serve an example of expert customer listening and responsive feedback.
Her career at Cisco began as a sales team leader, handling technical professionals across a broad array of industries and partner interests, with a mutli-million dollar impact to the organization.
Passionate about technology, Karen began her Fortune 100 career at AT&T. Beginning as a project manager, she quickly rose through the ranks to leadership roles in account management for both voice and data customers. She holds an BS degree in international business and a Masters in Information and Communication Sciences, both from Ball State University.
Recognized as part of the 40 Under 40 in the Indianapolis Business Journal , Karen is an active volunteer for a number of community organizations. Her board positions with the Indianapolis Symphony and Ball State University reflect her lifelong love of music and support of educational initiatives.
Her first book, Success With Less , was published in 2016.
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