A business that does not pivot is at risk of becoming irrelevant or losing its position in the marketplace.
Instructional Designer Gregg Eiler is in the midst of an exciting career move. He shares how he’s made the decision to use his strengths and passion for course building as the jumping-off point for a new career.
Kathy Bourque, a leadership development coach, talks about the mindset traps that hold us back from stepping into the roles and embracing the influence that we want.
What if you don’t want to change careers? What if you want to explore and play in a new interest and build a second career alongside the first one? Lisa Akers, Spaceship Builder and Master Herbalist, explains how she did it, how she’s managing two careers, and actually enjoy her work and life (!) in the process.
Jacquette Timmons, CEO of Sterling Investment Management, discusses the art of talking about money. We cover why money conversations are awkward, common mistakes to avoid, and how to get support from family and loved ones on your career move that may have financial implications.
The fourth root cause why people get stuck (Unclear Targets), how to recognize the symptoms, and how to address this issue.
“I started to look at work for what it really is—the thing I’m doing to support myself—versus the end-all, be-all fulfillment.”—Vanessa Soto
Relying solely on determination and internal resolve isn’t the only way—it may not even be the best way—for getting unstuck and improving your situation.
The Know-How gap is the easiest of the four root causes to solve, but the trickiest one to detect, perhaps because of its simplicity.
The first in a 4-part miniseries on How to Get Unstuck from jobs and careers that no longer work for us.