Are you exhausted and burnt out from your current job that you can ‘t even think about what it is going to take to change careers?
It’s time to re-calibrate your mindset to make that career change to somethig you enjoy (finally!).
Two keywords: Space and Margin.
In today’s episode our career coach, Lisa Lewis, drops in to share why it’s important to create time and space for you to visualize and design your next career.
From there, you will be able to layout what you have in front of you to begin making those marginal decisions to get you to your next career. Don’t over-think…small steps is the goal.
Listen in as Lisa also discusses some of the realistic, potential positive and negative outcomes if you decide to invite your current employer to discuss your thoughts of a career change.
What You Will Learn
- How to get clear on what you have in front of you (financially) to build a road map to get to your next career move
- Why taking the time to figure out what you want by creating a vision will add to your inspiration to keep you from burning out through your career change process
- How setting strong boundaries with your current work situation is just as important in the transition process to your next career to help you get re-energized and keep you from burn-out in order to take those baby-steps in exploring your possibilities
- How to propose your career change to your current employer
About Lisa Lewis
Lisa Lewis, the new HTYC Career Guru, started her career in digital marketing and contemplated going back to school to get into psychology and counseling before finally following her own career breadcrumbs and doing what came naturally to her, which is career coaching.
Here at HTYC, Lisa is involved in all things career change- from her role in the Figure Out What Fits: Career Change Bootcamp, to resume critiques and mock interviews, and also to helping people put all the pieces of their career change puzzle together through one-on-one career coaching. She specializes not only in honing in on your strengths, but also in positioning those strengths for potential employers.
If you want to learn more about our career coaching and other services, head on over to our career coaching page.
Relevant Links and Resources
Send Lisa an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with Lisa on LinkedIn!
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