Can you remember pondering the question, "What do I want to be when ....?" Although "when I grow up" has long passed for many of us, whether we are twenty, thirty, forty, or fifty we often pause along the way and ask ourselves if we like what we are doing, why we are doing it, and sometimes, "how can I get out of this job and into something else?" This inquiry is even more likely if you have medical and health issues dictating that change in career is essential to your well-being.
If these are questions that you have been asking, then our Career Coaching and Career Coaching resources will help you move along your career path. A Career Coach will help you take lessons you've learned in life and apply them in practical ways to your career. With information and coaching to reflect upon and respond to, you will be guided in a process of career change. This will help you find the gifts you have been given for work and life, and you will be given a means to assure you that you are back in the driver's seat.
S. Caldwell, a journalist/author, reminds "workers," that "It takes periods of reflection and time to think and think deeply about what you're doing and why you're doing it." Career Coaching is the process that helps you in this thinking procedure.