DIY Discovering the Right Career

When you were growing up, do you remember someone asking, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Well, you’re grown up now and the question is slightly different: “How do I find the career I want?” You are never too old to ask this question so here on some tips to help you answer it. Career transition is a deep topic to don’t hesitate to talk to us about it.

dream job not out of reach

Check out our steps for figuring out what your dream job looks like and how attainable it is. Read more.

discomfort of changing careers

Change can be hard but recognize and conquer those moments of discomfort to realize the happiness that awaits. Read more.

5 easy steps to change your career

Five steps you can take today to start and sustain your career transition. Read more.

overcome fear change career

Fear of changing your job can keep you from trying. Let’s try a few things to overcome those fears. Read more.

what career should i choose

Coach Wolfgang answers this question and shares the story of her own career transition journey. Read more.

best way research new career

Helpful guide to learn about career opportunities in a new field or industry. Read more.

find job with flexible hours

Steps for identifying the flexibility you need and resources to find an employer who offers that flexibility. Read more.

choosing more than one career

You have many interests and skills so here are ideas for balancing more than one career. Read more.

Should You Hire a Career Coach?

You may be considering investing in a career coach but aren’t sure. Is it worth it? Will it help me? How do I decide? Here’s some objective help with asking the right questions and making an informed decision.

These articles are just a start. Reach out to us to discuss your questions further.

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