Happen to Your Career

When you’re faced with hard decisions like “should I take this other job” or “How do I know if this company is worth my time” or “is this type of role really going to make me happy, how do you really know? Our HTYC career coach Caroline Adams helps us break down exactly how to know. To get started go to http://happentoyourcareer.com

Direct download: htyc223.mp3
Category:Careers -- posted at: 1:00am PST

It’s super confusing how to become a consultant. There’s not a clear path at all, but it’s something that’s very desirable to do if you are looking for flexibility, autonomy, high pay, and have a desire to add immense value to organizations.

Lisa Schulter had been interested in becoming a consultant for several years but never really understood how to make that happen.

She had been in Non-Profit Healthcare Management for many years and was really, really good at it. She even enjoyed the work quite a bit at first but as her values changed and what she wanted from her career changed along with it she realized that after working in 3 other employee roles in the space, she really didn’t want to add a 4th to her resume.

When we met her and started working with her to identify her ideal career, she had been a listener to the podcast and she knew that she was an introvert looking for a role that allowed her to use her knowledge and experience from the non-profit healthcare space, but also to have more reflective time and thinking time (even recharge time) that many introverts also need.

Direct download: htyc222.mp3
Category:Careers -- posted at: 1:00am PST

What if you’re a creative thinker who’s in a role that doesn’t allow you to use all that creativity? I would say “square peg, round hole” but usually it’s more “well rounded” people that function in a “square” environment. They can fit in, they just don’t want to have to.

Every single day we get people who are creatively minded that email us and say:

“I would love to find a career where I get to use my creativity and still get paid well for it.”

We’ve learned that many people don’t even really believe it’s possible when they show up on our digital doorstep.

Direct download: htyc221.mp3
Category:Careers -- posted at: 1:00am PST

According to our guest (and coiner of the term), Emilie Wapnick, a multipotentialite is a person that doesn’t have “one true calling the way that specialists do.”

Emilie describes multipods as people with many paths that pursue all of them, either sequentially or simultaneously (or both).

A person with Multipotentiality “thrives on learning, exploring, and mastering new skills.” As innovators and problem solvers, the multi-passionate have the need to discover anything and everything to satisfy their curiosity.

Direct download: htyc220.mp3
Category:Careers -- posted at: 1:00am PST

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