When did your job become a grind that you loathe?
Your alarm goes off and reality hits. It’s Monday.
A single thought enters your mind – “UGH, not THIS again.”
At the start of your career you couldn’t wait to begin each day.
You saw a bright future ahead, making a positive impact while earning a great living.
It’s like a distant memory now.
Of course, things aren’t as simple as they once were.
Kids, for starters, often take priority over work. And while you wouldn’t have it any other way – sometimes your employer sees it differently.
Not to mention the stress of deadlines.
The need to take work home.
The long, long hours…
It *might* all be worth it if you still had the same passion and drive for your job.
But you don’t. And it isn’t.
You’ve tried to console yourself with statements like, “At least I have a job. It could be much worse.”
True, but – it could also be so much better.
I invite you to consider what better might look like.
I’ve taken my (nearly) 10 years of experience working in career services, combined it with today’s counseling best practices, to provide an extremely effective and wholistic approach to career transition.
My approach helps clients – just like you – confidently change the direction of their career.
We start by imagining what’s possible and clarifying exactly what’s no longer working.
We take an inventory of your skills, abilities, and values.
We look at communication styles, thought processes, and your own self-concept.
Any obstacles standing in your way will be teased out and resolved.
We’ll brainstorm, and push beyond current constraints.
You’ll land securely equipped with the exact information you need to take the next step toward a career you love.
We spend roughly 1/3 of our waking hours at our jobs. That’s A LOT of time.
We owe it to ourselves to make that time count toward a legacy we’re proud of.
Most of us don’t have a choice to not work. But – we do have a choice over the work we do.
Your ideal career is waiting for you. Call me today to schedule your free consultation (608) 478-0094.