Your Career Path (Part 1)
When you are thinking about your career what are the first thoughts that come to mind – is it:
“I love the work I do and I am doing what I love”
Or is it
“I work to live and the job I do allows me to do that”
Or is it
“Well it’s a job and it pays the bills”
How would you like to get up every morning doing what you love and loving what you do?
I love what I do as it helps others to realise their career ambitions and I have had the opportunity to work with thousands of people throughout my career.
This is the first of 4 short videos in which we invite you to think about career choices, the current market, the different tools and routes to market and timing. There is no charge to viewers of this or the subsequent videos and we will be sending the other 3 to you over the next 2 weeks.
We invite you to view our first video by clicking on video or on the link below and if you like what you see please could we ask you to forward the link onto family, friends and colleagues.
Don’t just take my word for it, please see below for comments and feedback from some of the people we have helped:
“Thank you very much for the session on Wednesday; I found it very useful and inspiring. It was useful to be reminded of some of the simple things that one forgets over time. You also helped crystalise my thinking on what I want to do next and I would like to move into the area of interim management.” …….he is now a successful Interim Marketing Director
“Just a quick note to say a big thank you for leading the session yesterday at the Hilton in Reading. It definitely exceeded my expectations” Technical Professional
“Please accept my thanks for the seminar which provided me with a lot of valuable inputs and most of all rejuvenating my confidence and self belief.” Business Professional
“After a 27 year career of continuous employment, I become unemployed for the first time, which was due to the current economic downturn, and therefore found it challenging to adjust to today’s job market and get back into comparable employment. I was however one of the fortunate people to attend Tracey’s ‘successful Job search course’, which was invaluable, not just in content but by Tracey’s depth of knowledge, passion and no nonsense plain speaking. I have great respect for Tracey in setting up and running this course and have no hesitation in recommending her.” MD – now running own business
Tracey Rawson, Managing Director