"I've tried to share business and career education advice with her.
It seems like nothing I say helps."
"He hates his new job. I don't know how to help him."
"She's not sure whether she going back to school now or not.
I don't know what's best or how to guide her."
"I have lots of career options, but I'm not sure what I really WANT to do,
and I'm not sure how to figure it out..."
Whether it's nervous young adults graduating from school stepping into the world of full-time work for the first time, or colleagues who can't find a job or who even hate their job or when we're trying to figure out for ourselves what to do next when career frustration hits - we all look for answers . We naturally go 'on the hunt' for the best business and career education advice we can find and offer.
In this Article/Post you can:
A FREE CAREER CHANGE INTERVIEW, FREE QUIZZES and TWO ASSESSMENTS:
ASSESSMENT TOOLS THAT I RECOMMEND: There are two Assessment Tools that bring clarity and direction to what a person needs to thrive at work. They reveal what kind of environments energize you and what will stress you out.
THEY DO NOT tell people what to do next (no credible Resource can really even do that...) BUT THEY DO help a person pick the Path that matches their natural strengths, interests and talents.
These are the two tools that helped me the most in my own Career Search and that I use anytime I am helping someone else:
I'd like to share what I've come to understand is the best and most empowering thing you can do for another person. Sometimes when I share this advice, others shrug it off, thinking it is not enough, but in truth, I believe it is everything, and that it's absolutely the most important thing you can do for someone you love:
Here it is - the best support you can give someone you care about is:
Get the Job You Want: The Career Guidance, Resume & Interviewing Preparation Help You've Been Looking For...
Articles, Complimentary Coaching and More, Here.
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