If you’re thinking about making a career change there are some common mistakes you’ll probably want to avoid. Here’s where to start.
And for that matter, how do you move past all the fear and doubt about going after what you want?
Do your goals make you want to walk off a tall building? Read this.
Ending something by choice is a brazen act of faith. There’s so much risk involved. But there’s also the little voice.
Want to feel a little less rushed and a little more chill? These 3 Qs will help you reclaim your time.
Are you as lost as you think you are, or are you just afraid?
People will have all kinds of reactions about your desired career change. Remember: their reactions are about them, not you.
How long did the book take to write? And how did you choose your publisher?
Does this fear mean I should go for it or does it mean I should bail?
Everyone has their own unique brand of self-sabotage. We need to work on that if we want to be happy at work.
I never expected to be a career coach. Here’s what went down and how Careergasm began.
If you want to build a strategy in the RIGHT direction, first you need clarity about what you really want. Clarity before strategy. Always.
If you feel like a loser because you don’t know what you’re doing, all I can say is welcome to the club. Also, you’ll be just fine.
Sometimes having a good clear picture of what you DON’T want keeps you from accidentally straying down the wrong path.
Side hustles are awesome! And a fuckton of work. Here’s how to stay sane while you SLAY.
Life is messy. So is work. And starting your career takes time.
Whether you’re a career newbie or just haven’t had to job hunt in a while, make sure you avoid these common flubs.
Do I really need to make a LinkedIn profile? Will I have to start washing my hair more often? Do I need to buy a FUCKING PANTSUIT?!
You want to build a career that supports your life. And build a life that supports your career. And hope that both ultimately support your happiness. That’s what I’m after, anyway. I think that’s what most of us want. Building something takes a while. So I like to think of careers as buildings that are […]
The right conditions can raise the quality of your work and boost your happiness and fulfillment. WIN.