Unmotivated, unchallenged and frustrated. Sitting at your desk thinking I don't want to do this but I don't know what next?
Want to wipe the career slate clean and start again? But freaking out about how to do that?
Or may be you have so many ideas you don't know how to untangle everything in your mind to decide which direction to take?
You need career change coaching!
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Hello, I'm Jo Green!
I've changed career 4 times and I've felt lost many times along the way. Knowing how it feels to succeed, stall and stumble drives me to help you to explore your purpose, find direction and get stuff done.
'Through some introspection, guidance from Jo and the exercises, it became really clear to me what my ideal work would look like and I ended up finding a job that fits my vision perfectly! Jo is warm, kind, inviting, professional, and really talented at pointing out themes that may have gone unnoticed by me. She has a real gift for being with her clients, giving space for introspection.' Ashley, career changer
'With Jo's insightful questioning and prompts, it became clearer to me that my so-called objective wasn't really what I wanted at all - it was no wonder I wasn't getting any traction! I recommend Jo if you're seeking clarity and direction.' Anne, exploring what next
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