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How To Find Your Sweet Spot And Turn It Into Gratifying Career

There are times we have worked in our careers that we haven’t felt this fulfillment by going to work every day. And maybe sometimes something changes in your life and you want something new, something more challenging, but you don’t know where to go. Unfortunately, due to COVID, a lot of people had big changes in their careers. Now they’re working from home and in a new environment with new challenges, but how to find the sweet spot of the perfect work for you.

Daniel Bonilla is a former controller of Accor Hotels. He was in charge of all the financial planning and analysis for the South American. He had a lot of responsibilities, He had a big team and so many challenges going on every day like working longer hours. Now he has found his sweet spot in a new career. He just started a brand new job.


During today’s conversation, here’s what we’ll cover:

  • Guidance of finding personal happiness
  • How to find perfect work for you.
  • Work-life balance
  • How to figure out what you want in life.
  • How does working in a new environment help self-awareness.


Betina Meyer Pflug, our host, is an entrepreneur, a business and life coach, a marketing and CRM specialist with a passion for supporting nonprofit professionals. She has a degree in hotel management, received her MBA from Rotman School in Canada, and has completed three different coaching certifications, including a specialization in facilitating nonprofits, life coaching, and biopsychology to promote positive mental attitudes for mental and physical wellbeing. If you want to know more about her work, visit the website https://wity.tech/nonprofits/ and schedule a quick call if you are interested in having a mentor.

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