Carol Vecchio and Centerpoint

Centerpoint Institute

Centerpoint Institute exists to help people find a life and career they love.

There exists a place that is entirely devoted to education.  However, it is not the kind you get in a school classroom.  This is a whole other type of education.  This is the kind devoted to learning about your goals, passions and dreams.

At times, you wake up ready to face the day and tackle life.  On other days, you might feel like you just want to pull the covers over your head and hide.  At the Centerpoint Institute, they can help you find the insight to have more positive days.

They believe that people are in one of four seasons, metaphorically speaking.  You can be in summer, fall, winter or spring.  These seasons all have traits associated with them.  For example, winter is a time to recoup and recover.  There is not much outward expansion or growth during winter.  However, spring and summer are all about branching out, expanding your business, meeting with new clients or even learning new skills.  At Centerpoint, they help you find your season and discuss where you want to go from there.

People come to Centerpoint with all kinds of stories.  They come because they have lost a job or feel stuck at the one they do have.  Sometimes they come to find out about new opportunities or because they are going through a major life change.  The point is, Centerpoint offers a variety of classes designed to help discover your passion and what inspires you.  It is not a job placement agency.  It’s more of a place to examine your life and help find a path that’s right for you.

Carol Vecchio founded the Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal in 1992. Her pioneering programs have positively impacted thousands of people — many who couldn’t pinpoint their need at the time, but are now designing and living lives they love. Carol created the renowned “Natural Cycles of Change,” which is the foundation for her newly published book, “The Time Between Dreams” as well as the guiding force for many of the Discovery Groups at the center.

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