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I have worked with a lot of clients over the years, supporting them to make clear, concise decisions about their future careers. Whether that’s taking the first step on the career ladder after university, taking the decision to finally go for that promotion, embark on a total career transition or take the plunge and start up their own business, they tend to have one thing in common. Fear!
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Changing jobs can be stressful, changing careers entirely, well that can send your stress levels sky high! For many, this stress is actually fear! Fear of the unknown and it’s understandable especially when your career impacts you, your family and ultimately your happiness!
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I work with loads of people who turn to coaching because they are stuck! Massively stuck.

They are stuck because they know exactly what they don’t want in life, yet they don’t know what they do want. They know what makes them unhappy, but find it hard to articulate what it is that will make them happy.

Maybe it’s a job they no longer love, a career they have become disillusioned with, a way of life that no longer fulfils them, a relationship that is going nowhere. Some people want to become healthy and stop feeling tired, anxious, burnt out and completely stressed. Yet they remain stuck, with no idea of what they want or how to make change happen.

Here’s a really fantastic exercise that will help you work out what you want to do with your life.
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I never really knew what I wanted to be when I “grew up”. If truth were told, I had no idea what sort of careers even existed. That’s probably one of the reasons I fell into the world of recruitment. (That plus the promise of quickly paying off debt that I had generated at University and traveling.)

I spent a fair few years in working in recruitment; I was pretty good at it. I was rewarded regularly as a “high flyer” with weekend’s abroad and healthy bonus checks; this motivated me for about 12 months and I fell out of with recruitment pretty quick.
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