I am a recovering perfectionist and overachiever who is obsessed with working smart, creating an abundantly rich life and decluttering the things that no longer serve me.
I am a teacher, podcaster, an advisor and sought-after problem solver and project manager.
- You can have multiple revenue streams that can fund your dream life today
- Working smart doesn’t mean working hard
- You have the power to set boundaries that allow you to grow
- You can walk away from toxic jobs and relationships
- You are Thought Leader ready to be seen
- Finding a job that pays well and you are passionate about is not a far-fetch dream
Not Safe for Work (NSFW) Podcast is twice-weekly career inspired podcast. NSFW is where you’ll find honest advice in a no bullshit zone when it comes to your career.
If you’re feeling stuck in your job and you know you need a change, come here to be inspired by real people who took back control in their career.
Just straight up, real talk to give you real results on the Not Safe for Work Podcast.
Classes + Digital Course Project Manager
Over the past 2 years, I have worked with entrepreneurs and experts in helping develop course and programs online. I provide full-service support from idea conception into program launch and execution. Some of the programs I have worked on include: Smaller Size Bigger Life, Create Content that Connects and Mindfulness 101: Crash Course for the Perpetually Busy.
Because I cannot clone myself, I have created a special class called Zero to 1k Class for entrepreneurs who are ready to DIY their first online course.
Third Person Schpeel:
Laura Yamin is an Advisor, Teacher and Author who specializes on perfectionism. She is the host and creator of Not Safe for Work (NSFW) podcast. She has over ten years of advising, leadership training and educational experience working at New York University, University of Maryland- College Park, University of Missouri-Columbia and Pace University She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Syracuse University and a Master of Arts at the University of Maryland – College Park.