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How to find out quickly whether your job and career are the right fit for you
It’s not coincidence that some people lead a life they enjoy.
Or that they have a career that fulfills them.
They all have something in common that led to them having the job and life they are having.
This checklist will help you to get clarity over whether your current job and career are a good fit for you. Being clear about that is the first step to turning your career and life around. The evaluation of your answers will also give you tips for your next steps so that very soon you will also belong to those who enjoy their life and have a fulfilling career.
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I’m a geologist/palaeontologist and geophysicist, a photographer, a playwright, an actor, a holistic horse health expert and rehab trainer for horses, and a keynote speaker.
I’m a mentor and career coach and I firmly believe that every single person on this planet can be good at any number of things, even if those things are wildly different from one another.
If you’ve had a read of the crossed out words above I’m proof of that. And you can be, too.
In 2015 I started helping people to realize they don’t have to stick with a job they may have learned, but don’t enjoy and have been guiding people to turn their lives around ever since.
Going from being an accountant for years to starting your own, successful catering biz, or going from working in the oil industry to writing, producing and shooting your first short film, or leaving the corporate world behind to start your own successful radio show, these are just a few examples of what clients achieved when working with me.
But it doesn’t have to be starting your own business. There are just as many clients who are thriving as employees, but they switched careers to something that brings them more joy, such as going from geoscience to becoming a school teacher, or going from accounting to working in the arts.
So the question now is: what is it going to be for you?