“Once you are in it, you can see results.”
Art Therapist, Our Oasis Therapy
When we think about changing our career paths, it's natural to think about all the different ways things could go wrong.
Do you believe in creating your ideal career? If you're here, there must be some part of you that does. The first step to your ideal career is figuring out what it could be.
Have you ever felt like you're stuck in a rut with your career? Like the job you want just doesn't exist? It's frustrating, right?
If you're feeling unsure about your career path, you're not alone. Many people struggle with finding the right direction for their professional lives.
While career counselors can provide valuable support and guidance as you navigate your career, there are certain things that they cannot do for you.
To have the things we want, we need to tolerate some amount of risk. But the right kind of risk. The kind we are familiar with because we have given it serious thought. And because we used an ancient Roman negative visualization exercise.
Do you focus more on what you have to “fix” about yourself than finding opportunities to use the strengths you already have?
Many of us have experienced the cringe that can come from networking. Could it ever be anything other than a necessary evil?
Core Values are traits or qualities that represent an individual's highest priorities, deeply held beliefs, and core, fundamental driving forces. They are the heart of what you do and what you stand for in the world.
Opportunities to land a job you will love happen inside and outside of a formal interview. You’ve probably heard the quote, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” Prepping for your elevator pitch is creating more luck in your life.
Are you thinking about changing careers, or what your dream job should be?You may find yourself here because you are asking, “What career is right for me?”Let’s switch up the question a bit to help find an answer. How about, “How do I create the career that is right for me?” This is a hard question when we doubt our own ability to create what we want.
The Dutch seem to know a little secret. They know something counter-intuitive to what many other cultures believe about success. Do you believe this assumption?
We all know that "no pain, no gain" doesn't just apply to working out. If you want to get better at something or make progress on a goal, you are almost certainly going to have to to get out of your comfort zone and suffer a little (...or a lot).
Use a special writing prompt to create more confidence in a certain area of your career.