Episode 45: How to Combine Your External Identity and Your Internal One with Tori Stevens

Have you ever thought about why we constantly think our identity is tied to external things such as our job or material things? Well Tori Stevens, Founder of EvolYOUtion and well known speaker knows a thing or two about this, and will have you understanding that when you plant seeds of confidence to fulfill yourself on the inside, you will bloom and grow externally. Through her mission to help youth and adults find the right career and start investing more on their internal identity, she shares the secrets to combine the two, so that your external world can match that of what you want deep down inside!

 

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Guest Bio

Tori is a vibrant and answers-driven woman who challenges the status quo. She has a hunger for knowledge and exudes an enthusiastic passion for bringing out the best in talent through career focused transformation coaching and speaking.

Tori graduated from Central Michigan University twice, including, a Masters in Educational Leadership. Tori thrives in listening and learning from individuals in order to debunk myths associated with talent development.

• She has developed a plethora of real-world experiences throughout 13 years where she has conducted over 12,000+ candidate interviews, hired 2,000+, and developed and managed 1,200+ people within corporate and higher education.

• Tori is the Founder of evolYOUtion, as well as a coach, trainer, and speaker who prides herself on empowering people to be confident within their communication to achieve greater connection.

• She craves closing the gap between retention and talent development which occurs when the focus is on developing people rather than chasing achievement.

 

Website: https://www.evolyoution.net/

 

 

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