- December 31, 2012 at 2:18 pm #6905
I wanted to add a separate question to my first post; as we all have experienced change in life, sometimes the hurdles are bigger than we can handle alone when we are so caught up trying to get it right, the distractions can sometimes skew our thought process from who we authentically are meant to be, hence potential opportunities that would suit well based on your core competencies are missed.
Deferring to a career coach might be the antidote!
Love to hear others comments on this topic.January 31, 2013 at 11:53 am #7354
Alex, I have recently been going to a career/life coach and having someone there for you can definitely get you on the right path. Before seeing this coach I was lost so to speak. I had no motivation to get my life going in the direction I wanted to. My coach gave me tasks to complete daily, weekly and monthly which helped me figure out the career I wanted to go into. Staying focuses is the hardest part about making a change in your life, but with a coach or someone in your corner helping you along the way, staying focused is much easier. At first I was hesitant about seeing a coach, I did not want my friends or family to think I was lost, but once I got over that, I realized seeing a coach was the best thing that happened to me. I made new connections and have a better outlook on my career and life. Hope my little story can help you or others in your journey.
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