Sometimes Leaving is Not the Answer
Happy Sunday Funday! It's March - spring is coming! I can't believe how time flies... I'm ready for the leaves to bud and finally get some vitamin D!
Meanwhile, all this indoor time has given me the space to get inspired and re-energize. I've been reading a lot of Brené Brown, watching a bunch of Oscar nominated films (omg, Gaga and Bradley, I CANNOT HANDLE you two!!) and listening to Oprah's soul podcast - so so recommend it if you enjoy the deep, "what keeps your soul alive" chats with people like The Rock, Bradley Cooper (yes, again:)) and Michelle Obama.
And then I channel all that inspiration into good stuff, FOR YOU, like my next webinar!
I'm really pumped to announce that I’ll be hosted by ARCH Career Partners, a career advisory firm I'm collaborating with this year to bring you more tools to help you progress in your career (and life)!
This webinar is for you if you're feeling dissatisfied at work, and think that leaving may be your only solution. Sometimes, leaving is the best answer, but a lot of the time, when you’re experiencing:
An annoying boss
Too tight deadlines/stress
Too much work causing overwhelm
Lack of passion/purpose/meaning behind what we're doing
"More money will make me happy" thoughts
You actually need to do more investigating before you go.
Because you need to get clear on what YOU DO WANT, to prevent running into the same problems at your next job. Otherwise, you continue to switch jobs and never seem to find what you're looking for - you'll enjoy the "honeymoon" phase, and then the same problems return.
What's cool is that through doing this work, you’ll learn a lot about yourself, and realize, you may be able to get exactly what you want (or at least some of it), right where you are.
Let's prevent an unneeded job search because we all know finding a job is a full time job on top of a full time job, right? Yeah, not fun.
I'm grateful for you being here on this journey - please reach out if you have any questions, I love hearing your ideas, feedback or comments.