Career Finder: Following Your Instincts

When I began my training as a Career Coach, my coaching mentor told us that the key in finding your ideal career is to look back at your childhood. What did you love to do? What filled you with joy? It’s a question that I’ve attempted to answer and conformity have melted those memories into tiny drips. When you thought about it, it probably sounded like this: dancing, writing, playing, sports… so what do I do with that?

I had fallen into this small drip thinking, and what direction I now needed to go.

Take some time to spend with the younger you. Recover a past journal or piece of artwork. Play with who you were and relax into finding your ideal job; you’ll notice that your career path will start to lay itself out before you.

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