“When you change your career, you don’t just leave your job and start at the top of a new ladder. You often start at the bottom of a new ladder.”
“It takes up so much energy to put up a facade, to make an impression, and to ‘fake it’. And what ends up happening, in the end, is that you dread the job you worked hard to get.”
Managing the financial implications and costs of your career plans, including how to talk to your loved ones about the impact of your plans on the family’s budget.
The start of a new quarter is a great time to recommit to our goals and refocus on incremental actions that will move the ball forward.
Would you like to take a career sabbatical but couldn’t imagine how you could make it happen?
Wondering whether your idea for the new career is the right one for you to pursue? Here are 7 practical and accessible ways to test your idea before you spend too much time, energy and money pursuing it.
Coming up with your career move’s Big Picture is a necessary first step. But what if you’ve done the work but you still can’t decide on your best option? Now what now?
How to create a meaningful long-term career plan that will be persuasive enough for you to take action and overcome fears, self-doubt and inner-critic objections.
I often get asked if there’s a way to feel a little more confident, more sure, about a decision to switch jobs or pursue a different career path. I get where this question is coming from. Uncertainty is uncomfortable, to say the least. We don’t want to take risks if we can avoid it. At […]