You get to choose, change your interests, change your mind, and change directions.
I’ve come to understand career discernment like this: by “thinking like a cubist," you can see and reconfigure your unique facets to uncover what will be purposeful work for you--as a student or recent grad, mid-life career changer, or a boomer creating a second or encore career. By partnering with me, you’ll discover what matters most, set goals and milestones, and recognize your whole self in the outcome. I work with clients at all ages and stages of careers and specialize in partnering with clients with a liberal arts education.
The thing about being a liberal arts grad is that, for better or worse, we see connections between almost everything. It’s an exciting way to live but can prove, at best, challenging when it’s time to make (and feel confident about) a first post-college job or a mid-career pivot. Although it seems that these answers should come easily for folks like us, they often don’t.
Luckily, the work world is changing. Rather than following paths or climbing ladders, students and grads can "go off-roading." The world is full of opportunities that combine our wide range of skills, interests, and the values that we don’t want to compromise. I'll support you in identifying your goal, developing a plan to achieve it, and coach you through obstacles, including flagging motivation and debilitating procrastination, to your destination.