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Want A Career Change? Here’s What To Do & What NOT To Do

Do you sometimes fantasize about walking into your boss’s office and saying, “I quit”? Before you do anything rash, watch this video on making a career change.

Greg McLaughlin has worked in sales, business development and non-profit management – at the Tiger Woods Foundation. Check out his strategy for changing careers.

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Today’s Guest

Greg McLaughlin, President & CEO of the Tiger Woods FoundationNon-Profit President Greg McLaughlin
Title: President & CEO, Tiger Woods Foundation
City: Irvine, CA
Law School: IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, IL
College: Ohio State University in Columbus, OH
Previous Career: Before going to law school, Greg started his career in sales where he spent several years working as a sales manager for a business products company. He then transitioned to business development and running events in the golf industry.

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