The age old question: How can I find success AND happiness?
The good news: It's not very difficult to answer it.
The bad news: You have to pay the piper.
And I'm not talking about the cost of coaching, but rather the personal investment to reach your ultimate goal. The price is often defined by one or more of the following: time, money, energy, fear and discomfort.
If that wasn't enough, you'll also have to accept the Paradox of Choice which states that the more options we have, the less likely we are to be satisfied with our choice. This means that there is rarely one clear cut answer to your question, rather an array of options that would all meet your needs in different capacities.
Career coaching helps reduce the clutter by focusing on and identifying the criteria that are most important to you, providing you with a framework and a step-by-step process of self-discovery, strategy and success.
Helping you identify your strengths, interests, and your place in the world. This could be a complete 360 or a realignment. The process remains the same: identify your goals and objectives in life and in your career, take highlight abilities and areas of interest, take inventory of criteria and use a scientific approach to decision-making.
Helping you fine tune your target, get crystal clear about the jobs you want, understand and display your value proposition, create a compelling elevator pitch, devise an incredibly detailed search and networking strategy, preparing to confidently deliver and outstanding interview, and negotiating your way to getting what you deserve.f