If you’re wondering whether or not you are in the right career, you might also be wondering if there’s something better that will make you happier, more productive, challenged and engaged. But is a new career the right answer and if so, might the transition be draining and scary?
Though you’re feeling a little restless, please know that a career change is not your only option, but it’s certainly worth considering. Working with a career coach will give you the motivation, enthusiasm and confidence to comfortably explore all career options before making any big decision to change or even to stay. As a team we need to be sure that you’ve tapped into all that your current career has to offer before you make a move. If that sounds like a lot of work, don’t worry. In career coaching we often explore and implement at least three neatly, overlapping career-enhancement strategies that’ll give you clarity and direction and make your life a lot easier. Career coaching for career happiness, transition and advancement are three targeted objectives that we pursue at a pace that’s comfortable for you.
So, if you’re thinking about a change, thoughtfully consider the following 25 statements and whether they ring “true” or “untrue” as they apply to your current work situation. If you mark any as “untrue” give me a call and let’s get started career coaching for career happiness today!
Career Happiness Statements.
- I learn something new at work everyday
- I seek out opportunities to learn something new
- I enjoy learning something new
- I feel that I contribute to my workplace regularly
- I have opportunities, or make opportunities, to contribute.
- I get a long with others at work
- I give my best forward everyday
- My work is meaningful
- My supervisor supports me
- I smile a lot at work
- I feel positive
- I’m challenged in a good way everyday
- I always make a little time for myself everyday
- I look forward to going to work
- I often feel “in the flow” at work
- The amount of work I have is optimal
- My creative contributions and ideas are encouraged at work
- I know how to manage any stress
- I’m enthused about my career path
- I know there will be opportunities for growth at my workplace
- I have a network of colleagues in and out of the work place support my career
- I have identified things that motivate me to do a good job at work
- I do something regularly to prepare me for my next career move
- I’m actively building my network
- I have a current and polished career portfolio that is ready to share with others.