Career And Purpose
The first step in career satisfaction is aligning your professional life with your purpose. Of course it is a slog if you are not passionate about what you are doing. Once you are clear about your purpose, you can begin to take steps to fulfill it, and at this point, the rest will flow in a way you could not have imagined. I have lived this firsthand. My former business career—which included strategy consulting, consumer product marketing, and an MBA at Harvard Business School—gives me a lens through which to understand the demands, politics, and complexities that you face in your professional life.
The most common career issues I see are:
- Lack of alignment of career with purpose.
- Need for emotional intelligence training.
- Difficulty with boss, co-workers, or team.
- Challenges balancing personal life with a demanding job.
- Damaged self-esteem due to painful dynamics that arise at work.
- Lack of clarity about professional direction.
- Inability to advance in career.
The best way to foster integration and forward movement is to heal yourself, which sometimes involves working through seemingly unrelated material. Once you are connected to yourself, it will be easier to hear, think, and see clearly. Moreover, by untying the knots that you have been holding, your energy will be freed so that you can take action.
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“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
– Howard Thurman