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  Heather Wieshlow is a Certified Career and Job Transition Coach, Trainer and Owner of Turning Point Coaching and Consulting. Since 1998, she has helped 1000's of individuals gain a clear understanding of who they are, what is most important in their lives, and how to create a step-by-step plan that leads them toward careers that are both financially rewarding and emotionally fulfilling.

Utilizing a unique seven-step Life Vision Plan, Heather guides professionals through the specific stages of Career Discovery, Design and Development. Through this process her clients gain a clear understanding of the direction they need to take and the steps required to achieve purpose and passion in their lives. She has facilitated career workshops and personalized coaching sessions for professionals in all stages of career transition within businesses, organizations and government programs.

Her energetic, personal, insightful and interactive style combines over 16 years of business expertise with a solid foundation based on wholistic principles and real world common sense. She has extensive training in communication, assessment tools, N.L.P., body-mind psychology, human motivation strategies and is currently completing her Masters degree in Spiritual Psychology at the University of Santa Monica.

Her business experience includes 14 years of sales and training in the communications and advertising industry. At Harte Hanks Communications, Heather repeatedly achieved the ranking of top salesperson and was recognized as a valued corporate coach and sales trainer within the organization. Her expertise in the human resources field includes the recruitment of sales and marketing professionals for Fortune 500 companies including Canon, Fujitsu and Kimberly Clark on a national and international basis.

Heather is an active member of the Career Planning and Adult Development Network, the Professional Coaches and Mentors Association (PCMA), the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) and the Professional Individuals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA).