What are you passionate about when you’re not working? What are your hobbies? Most jobs and careers are not industry-specific. How can you mix your experience (what you know) with your interests or hobbies (what you enjoy)?
What processes can you use to determine those things that drive you each and every day? The best tool I’ve found to help discover your passion is to ask (and answer!) questions. Before we get to the questions, let’s define what your passion is (and isn’t!) Continue reading “Discover your Passion”
When I was working at MediaComplete, I was an employee. It sometimes felt like I didn’t have any control over my choices or my future.
Today, I do. I am still an employee but I decide my future.
Determining your future starts (and ends) with one simple truth:
No matter where you work, what you do, or where you are: you can choose.
We call the capacity to make choices agency. Everyone has it. Not everyone recognizes that they do. You begin to decide your future when you begin recognizing that you have agency, even when it feels like you don’t.
When I lost my job in 2013, I was clueless. I didn’t know where to go or what to do. I started by updating my résumé with my latest skills and abilities. It’s what most people do. It was a start. Over the next six months, I discovered what was missing. Continue reading “Discover Your Skills and Abilities”