All of us dream about what’s next in our careers, even if it’s simply escaping the trials of our current role. How do you know if you’re giving up something decent for something that – while it may have the potential to be better – also holds the possibility that it could be much worse? It’s not a decision to take lightly, so join us to walk through the essential questions that you need address before submitting your resignation. Read more
Hackenberger is a rising star in the petroleum industry. Actually, if we’re
going to use a metaphor from astronomy, it might be more accurate to call her
After completing her bachelor’s degree in 2013, Carrie
worked in sales operations for an industrial automation firm for about three
years before switching industries and joining the Colorado Petroleum Council
(part of the American Petroleum Institute
[API]). Read more
Tim in his office.
Tell us about your current position and what it
I’m an Associate Director in
the Events and Logistics division serving the entire United States Olympic &
Paralympic Committee (USOPC). My team and I cover the logistics for events from
everyday meetings to the actual Olympic, Paralympic, Youth Olympic, Pan
American and Parapan American Games. Read more
Shouldn’t I know what I want to be when I grow up by now?
Not really. But the first step is to stop waiting for your passion to arrive.
Ask anyone to help you figure out what you should do with your life and there’s a good chance they’ll ask, “Well, what’s your passion?” Turns out, most people (8/10) answer the passion question with either “I don’t know” or “Which one should I start with?”
the problem is the question. Read more
Have you heard about the surprise bestselling book Designing Your Life? Written by two Stanford professors, it distills the content from their popular “what should I do with my life” course.
If you’re lost about what’s next for you professionally, this free webinar will give you tools to address any career stagnation that’s weighing you down right now. Our own Maggie Graham (one of the first Designing Your Life Certified Coaches) will walk you through:
Techniques to address the scarcity of ideas (and its opposite: too many ideas)
An approach to moving from a career leap (which, while enticing, also holds significant risk) to a series of incremental steps
Methods for weaving accountability into your process