Career Coaching: Accountability

Accountability for Success

Career Coaching: Accountability. There are three main parts of my job: Firstly I need to understand the landscape and the ambitions of the person in front of me. Secondly, I need to help that person to tackle whatever it is that stands between where they are and where they want to be. Thirdly I help hold accountability […]

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Career Coaching Envy

Career Coaching: Envy

Career Coaching: Envy. Interestingly envy in others is a good sign. It means that you are doing what you are doing, well. If someone seems to have it in for you in your Profesional arena, that means you are standing right on your power. It’s taken me a long time to recognise two things if someone […]

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Career Coaching: Know Your Value

Know Your Value.

Career Coaching: Know Your Value. It’s easy to forget what value you bring when you show up and do something day in and day out. It becomes familiar and thus it feels easy. That’s when you forget that you have niche expertise. I’m currently working my way through my Three-year Shamanic Practitioner Qualification. This deep and […]

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Career Coaching: Trust your instincts

Trust Your Instincts

Career Coaching: Trust Your Instincts. During the past decades, I have been reminded over and over that trusting my instincts is more than valuable. If you have ever read Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘Blink” (and I highly recommend it), then you’ll be familiar with the concept that the more we use it the better it gets. What our western […]

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Career Coaching: Do what you love

Do What You Love

Career Coaching:  Do What You Love. I get people coming to work work with me, saying things like “I’m not good at XY&Z and I need to work on that”. I think this is an erroneous approach. This is the legacy that our education system has left us with, their remit is to give everyone a […]

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Career Coaching: Progression

Career Progression

Career Coaching: Progression. On the whole, there is little point for most individuals to be having career coaching before they reach their 30s. Why? Because there is probably not yet enough professional history for us to work with in order to define your future. There are of course exceptions to this rule, but they are […]

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