I've coached a lot of people who want a new start. They are tired of their jobs and instead of feeling energized and excited to go to work, they are constantly drained.
You need a job that plays to your strengths. However, finding that job and getting ready to actually transition can be a bear.
I would love to help you figure out what you want to do and help you get there. It might be a quick or a long process, but regardless, coaching is going to bring clarity and make it faster than if you tried to do it on your own.
Explore the site a little bit and see if any of the pointers are helpful. I haven't added a lot of content yet, but over the weeks, you'll see more and more articles. As you look through it, feel free to call or email to see if coaching could be a good fit for you.
Parents: you may be considering whether or not it's the right time to hire a coach for your student. Some high schoolers know exactly what they want to do from day one. Others don't even know if they will ever want to go to college.
You spend a lot of time and preparation on searching for colleges and SAT and ACT prep. Why not also spend some time helping them know who they are and what might best fit them when they get to the work world?
School career services are helpful and often provide assessments. However, it is rare that they will actively take the time and energy to interpret the results. I will spend concentrated time not only interpreting the results, but asking what fits in their mind and what doesn't. Certain personality traits and strengths may clash with each other when trying to decide on job fit.
Feel free to call me at 757-615-1368 if you want to know more about how coaching students can be helpful.