I’ve found that statistically, a high percentage of the population do not like their jobs or careers, are frustrated about something in their relationships or personal life, or are facing some sort of major change, like divorce or health issue. As a Transitions Coach, I support you through all of the above, by helping you build a roadmap for your life – both personally and professionally. We address ALL issues and problems in great detail, both strategically and from the heart. I help people get a clearer view of what’s working and what’s not working, and then we design a plan to close that gap.
Are You Ready For Your Second Half? One of the greatest social developments of this century has been the extension of lifespan, especially of working lifespan. As a result, a growing number of people expect to find enjoyment in their work. Additionally, as they reach their mid-forties and beyond, the work they have known and loved during their First Half, may no longer be as challenging or hold the same allure as it once did.
The majority of us come to a point in our professional lives where we no longer feel engaged with what we’re doing. In fact, at any given moment, 70% of us are downright unhappy in our current career or job role. Sadly, only a small percentage of us will do something proactive about that feeling. Perhaps that’s not so surprising, when you consider the anxiety that comes up whenever we have to face the unknown, especially when we don’t have a guarantee of the outcome.
If you’re reading this article, it sounds like you’ve got a transition happening in your life. While some turning points arrive quietly, other changes might come swooping in as a result of a crisis. Either way, most of us are not entirely happy when change shows up, because it can be scary and confusing. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to leverage whatever challenge you are facing, and this will give you a few places to start.
Early in my coaching career, I had the good fortune to work with a large number of clients from a variety of backgrounds. This gave me the opportunity to observe something I may not have otherwise had the opportunity to see and it changed my perspective as it will change yours.