All of a sudden, you’re clearer about your best career ideas and choices. Your exploratory process is starting to pay off. You’re beginning to feel good about the options and possibilities you’ve created. Even though there are questions still, enough is figured out that there are plausible steps to take for weeks, and hope is running high.
What’s the career question that’s bugging you the most right now? Can you name it and then possibly write it down?
Have you ever hit a wall trying to figure out your career or path in self-employment? You have an idea or two about what you’d like to do, but you’re just not sure, then you get stuck there. What to do? Explore.
Think about what’s really important, give yourself permission to go after it, and find continuous concrete ways to encourage and lift your spirits.
My typical client is interested in finding direction and fulfillment in their life and work life, but has become overwhelmed or discouraged with the process. They may also be suffering from anxiety, depression, self-doubt, or experiencing high levels of stress at work.
Considering a collaborative divorce and curious about the role of the divorce coach? And how exactly can a career counselor help?
Is your job search getting you down? Are you wondering what’s wrong with you and your resume? Do you think you’re no longer marketable as you wait and wait between interviews?
There’s a popular belief that one should feel no fear and expect overnight success when confronting a challenge or venturing into uncharted territory. The reality is exactly opposite.
When was the last time you sat down with someone who could answer your questions about a career path? A career you are exploring in hopes of connecting with people who share your vision and passion, people who are doing the work you would love to be involved with, given a chance.