Still wondering what you want to be when you grow up?
80% of all people don’t really know what they want to do when they grow up
Two-thirds of your fellow Americans are unhappy with their job
15% of Americans actually hate their work
If you’re planning your career transition and feeling stuck, know that’s normal.
We will work with you to find direction, (re)write your story, and go after it.
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When you surface the meaning behind your goal and give it a voice, a simple goal shifts into a mission. Follow these five steps to create goals that start with why and end with success.
Change takes getting uncomfortable and digging deep. It takes honesty — with your coach and with yourself. And sometimes, it takes good old-fashioned homework. A coach cannot change your life for you. What they can do is help you create a plan to change your own life.
You must be inspired by your work and inspire others to do remarkable work. I say that as an imperative because life is short. Really short. And you spend so many of your waking hours at work or thinking about work. You must love your work!
If you’re looking for a new job (or thinking about looking for one), chances are you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for. Perhaps you have some ideas. Perhaps. But it’s pretty rare that you know just what you’re looking for.
Last year, I wrote about how to kick ass and take names in your job search. In sharing this with a client who is renewing her job search, she asked about #3 on the list...
Let’s not sugarcoat this; searching for a job can really suck. And the more you need a new job, the suckier it will probably feel. Like life-sucking. See, no lollipops and roses here.