Could the reason why you have got in touch be one of these....
I can't seem to make a decision
I need help to reevaluate my options
I know I want a change but have no clear vision
I am feeling as if I have no choices
I am at rock bottom and don't know what to do
I enjoy my work but have hit a plateau
I'd like my career to be more exciting with new goals
I may have a career mismatch
I took early retirement - what now?
I am pretty sure I've got burnout
Health is affecting my career (or vice versa)
I haven't a clue what I want
I can't see a future or generate ideas
Vision: If a person has no clear view of where they are heading - this makes it difficult (impossible) to work towards. Our approach allows vision to emerge.
I have never had a good career match
Work is affecting my health
Health: Work affects health and health affects work. A career plan that enables both to flourish is key. We offer a neutral sounding board for sustainable directions.
How do I generate /evaluate options?
I am feeling trapped and bored
Feel trapped: If you say you are trapped - then you are. Exploring needs, wants, vision and options reverses this career limiting & demoralising state.
I have no idea what I want or can do
Mismatch: Despite best efforts sometimes a person ends up in a career that they are ill suited to and it to them. This comes in primary and secondary forms.
I can't wait to retire but need a plan
Retirement: Planning for retirement is something one can start in early career - the sooner the better. Many wish to keep working but in a different way.
I am pretty sure I have burnout
Burnout: Any burnout at all can severely limit career decisions and enjoyment of life in general so it is vital to address burnout before any career planning.
Options: Generating & sifting through new directions and challenges is much harder to do entirely alone. Our career exploration structure helps.
My decision making has not been good
Procrastinate: We all do this about something or other to a greater or lesser extent. How to stop it on the career front is to undergo some career reevaluation
Is this it?
Plateau: Anyone can experience a plateau in their career. Some see it coming - others only notice once on it. Helping you to find exciting new goals is our forte.
What do you want? This links with "vision" - both are a big challenge especially if mismatch or burnout lurk too. Our Career Review kickstarts solutions.
Things are not going well
Rock bottom: This may well be a career crisis underway.
Career crisis planning is different to career choice planning. We do both although not together. Why?
Everything is a bit "same old same old"
Rut: Similar to the plateau but one tends to feel boredom after quite a while plugging away at the same old same old. New goals are the key and ....new attitudes.