Wondering how to create more space for your career change or to focus on your career direction? Feeling pressured by lack of time, yet you’re still scrolling? Here are three lessons, from my experiment in temporarily breaking up with social media, to help you create more time and energy for your career explorations.
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What will set you up for success in 2022?
It’s been a brilliant morning completing the final call of the career change programme I’ve been co-leading for the last 8 weeks. I’m sitting at my desk bathing in the gloriously unexpected sunshine, and basking in the fabulousness of hearing how amazingly far each participant has come in such a short time. I’ve got soContinue reading “What will set you up for success in 2022?”
What would you do if you could do anything?
Have you ever asked yourself the question ‘what would you do if you could do anything?’ Imagine all your expenses are paid and all your responsibilities are taken care of. All of them. Woweee!!! 🤣 It’s like the ultimate ‘what would you do if you won the lottery?’ question. Sure, almost everyone goes and buysContinue reading “What would you do if you could do anything?”
Why what matters to you, matters in your career
You are sitting in a meeting listening to the same cyclical conversations you have this month every year since you started your job five years ago. It’s the same old drill every time. It’s seasonal work, the same conversations, the same tasks for the same people. You’re barely able to keep your eyes awake. YouContinue reading “Why what matters to you, matters in your career”
What if your greatest obstacle to your success is the way you think?
‘I believe I can do anything if I want to!’ One of my clients said this to me today as she admitted in the past she would have had more fear and what she believed about herself would have stopped her. In the time we’ve partnered together she’s moved from inaction to action and gotContinue reading “What if your greatest obstacle to your success is the way you think?”