Practical Tips for a Successful Career Change
Are you feeling fed up, trapped or unfulfilled in your current job?
Do you lack the time, money or experience to change anything?
Are you desperate to do something more meaningful?
If so, this book is for you.
With Get a Career & Life You Love you will:
- Identify any limiting beliefs or obstacles preventing you from changing career.
- Identify your values, skills, strengths, interests and working preferences.
- Explore the career options available to you
- Create an action plan and outline practical steps for your career change
- Maintain a positive, motivated mindset to overcome any challenges you may encounter
Using a five-step programme, the book provides practical steps you can take to ensure your career change is as smooth as possible.
It contains more than sixty tips to help you successfully plan your career change, and ultimately create a career and life you love.
The book is available to purchase in paperback and e-book format via the Amazon links below.
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I have to say, 2013 has truly been a year of reflection and personal growth. As you may know, about a quarter of the way through the year, I had lost inspiration for my business, specifically the services I was offering and the people I was offering my services to. I made the choice to take a few months out to reconnect with things that I knew inspired me. In this time, I also spent 10 days in Singapore and Bali. It was exactly what was needed. I reconnected with my creative side and felt inspired again. I was inspired about my business and life in general. I revised my services, became more specific about the people I wanted to help rebranded my book and websites and delivered a workshop.
The desire for a more purposeful life
In more recent months, I have been thinking more and more about the “bigger picture” and my greater “calling” in life – some would call it my life’s purpose I suppose. I had a conversation with 2 friends who are at similar stages in their coaching businesses to me and they too were having the same feeling. They too had been thinking more … Read more