I stuck my head in the sand for 10 years!
It can take a lot to finally admit that you need to take action, to pull your head out of the sand and realise that life is slipping away or to acknowledge that actually no one else but you can bring about the changes you are seeking. Whether it’s a change in your career, a relationship issue or something else, ignoring the problem can seem the easier option. Having to have an honest conversation with ourselves and make some difficult choices can seem too much so we do nothing. Until one day you have a wakeup call and realise the time for action is now.
My 10 biggest bugbears about career change advice!
When I first started making my own career change a priority, I found a real mix in the quality of advice out there; often I felt it was unrealistic and too simplistic. I would read articles that now I know with hindsight would not help me answer my two burning questions 1) what do I want to do and 2) how do I make it happen.
As I have grown my own career coaching business, I’ve come across a lot of misconceptions about what it takes to make a successful career change and I thought it would be useful to share this with you. It took me 10 years to make my own career change and my aim is to help you make your move with the least risk and as quickly as you can after all life is short and we want to live our happiest life.
Here are my top 10 biggest bugbears to help you make an effective transition to a career that fits you.