Most of us have a wish list of intriguing, unexplored ‘its’. How often do you cross things off? What happens when you give one of your ‘its’ a go?
How I learnt you can’t Google your way out of career change stress.
Once you know what you want to do, the next hurdle is how to make career change happen.
If you’ve been trying to change career but keep getting stuck, check if any of these four acts of self-sabotage are blocking your way.
How can I move into a totally different career? I often get asked this by clever, capable people whose hearts are set on a new career and whose heads are telling them, ‘No way! You’ve got zero experience!’.
Whether you’re about to quit with class or negotiate new conditions, these are the skills that will serve you well.
Analysis paralysis causes us to overthink everything we know that may have a bearing on decisions little and large. It drives us to take refuge in research as a substitute for action. If analysis paralysis is undermining your career change momentum, these four tips will help you stay on track.
For lots of us, fear of making a wrong career choice is the thing that holds us back. If your career change is stalled by fear of failure, here are four ways to get unstuck.
If you’ve got lots of ideas and interests, maybe you’re a multipod. This cute short form stands for multipotentialite. Multipods or scanners are hardwired ultra curious people who are likely to be happiest and most fulfilled by serial or simultaneous careers.
Next time you set out to sell yourself in print, here are five ways to show you genuinely know what you’re in for and that you’re raring to go.
Whether or not you’ve made a complete career change, the first few weeks at a new job can be challenging. Here are 8 ways to a smarter, smoother fresh start.
If you’re gritting your teeth and staying put for now, here are five ways to endure a job that sucks.
Career change coaching helped Communications expert Rhonda trust her gut on how best to combine permanent part time work with freelancing and volunteering.
I’m partial to the simpler definition of ‘doing more than one thing at once.’ Like any career change, opting to ‘go portfolio’ isn’t simple. After two months of weaving and juggling and adapting, here’s what I’ve learned so far.
Are you waiting for the world to wake up to just how clueless and ill equipped you really are? If so, impostor syndrome probably has you in its grip.