In this episode of Wine and Dime, I had the pleasure of speaking to Career Coach, Carla Sessions. Carla's story of becoming a career coach is an interesting journey. We talk about that, Fruit infused Teas, and a handful of other topics that will help you understand what makes Carla an incredible Career Coach. This is an episode that I'm certain that you will enjoy! So sit back, enjoy a glass of Sauvignon Blanc or your or perhaps a fruit infused tea and enjoy this episode of Wine and Dime!
A Personal Note from Carla
Time for a change? Many contemplating career change say it feels like standing on the edge of a cliff, both terrifying and exhilarating, looking out over a limitless landscape of opportunity they can see but can’t touch. Is that you?
As a Career Coach, I am trained to listen and guide the job seeker to find their perfect position. My clients include those who are looking to advance in their current job, transition to their own business, just starting out after college, or even getting ready to retire. Helping people adapt to and master life’s changes is what I do best.
Ravines Wine Cellars rests on a hillside overlooking glacier-carved Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes wine region of New York State. Our cool growing season, sloped vineyard sites and the moderating effects of the deep lakes create ideal conditions for producing vibrant, balanced and food-friendly wines.
We are a small, family-owned winery dedicated to the craft of fine classical wine-making, wines that express the unique qualities of the vineyard sites, the growing season, and the winemaker's vision.
Showing all of the elements that make Sauvignon Blanc a favorite: lime, citrus, floral, steely, with a mineral tinge. With its firm acidity, aromatic intensity, and a long clean finish, this Sauvignon Blanc promises many interesting food pairings.
Proud Supporter and Collaborator with the
New York State’s Largest and Most Active Wine Trail.
In 1986, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail was formed in the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes region to attract more visitors to experience its rich history, beauty, and production of world-class wines. Today, Seneca Lake Wine Trail is the largest and most active wine trail in New York State with a community of over 30 wineries, a distillery, several breweries and hard cider producers and a meadery.
Seneca Lake’s natural combination of deep water, at 632 feet it is the deepest of the Finger Lakes, and sloping hillsides provides the ideal microclimate for grape growing. Its unique geology and topography protect the growth of hardy native grapes and premium hybrids as well as more delicate varieties such as Riesling,Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir.