Throughout our life, we arrive at turning points where we feel ready for change. At these points, we often become aware of the increasing disparity between who we are as a person and the place where we are in our life.
I help individuals who are at a turning point find a greater sense of vision in their career search. Self-understanding is key to making good life choices. My approach is to help you do a thorough self-assessment based on your current career stage, whether you are a high school student just beginning to plan your career path or are feeling the need for a career change.
A career vision should draw upon the key factors that make you the person you are. These include your natural talents, your personality, your interests, your skills and experience, your family background, your values, your goals, and the obstacles in your way.
"The three main variables predicting career satisfaction are… Aptitude + Interest + Personality = Career Success. "
— American School Counselor Association