I Have Been Where You Are
After about 10 years of working as a social worker in youth programming I knew in my heart it was time to move on. I didn’t know however, move on to what. Did I want to make a career transition? Look for another job working with youth? I really was clueless. Didn’t have an idea. I just knew I didn’t want to continue doing what I was doing. Do you ever feel this way?
You Can Do Something About It.
After acknowledging I was no longer happy or satisfied continuing on in my career, I new I had to do something. I have a knack for problem solving. I love and enjoy figuring things out. I am able to help clients envision how to plan a course of action to address their career concern confidently and successfully.
I want to help you take ownership of your career to mold, influence or direct it to one that you treasure.
Be Intentional. Roll Up Your Sleeves.
I decided to resign from my position as youth program manager. I took time to reflect, do some soul searching and consult with some professionals as I explored my options. Taking the initiative to do something about your career concern is hard work, but it is worth it.
It will require you to be intentional, invest time and roll up your sleeves and do the work. You will reap the benefits.
Live Fully Through Work You Treasure.
In June of 2016 I made the plunge to pursue career coaching full time! I do work that I genuinely enjoy and treasure every day. Work that we treasure allows us to connect to our uniqueness (interests, values, talents/abilities) and is life giving (purposeful/meaningful).
My goal is to help you take ownership of your career, so that you can live fully through work you treasure. My intention is to equip you with the process and tools to help you do just that.
Let’s Get Started.
We are each on a career journey. Engaging in work that we treasure can be a part of that journey. I encourage you to take ownership of your career journey – don’t leave it to chance.