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Do you love it when people share their lessons learned and mistakes they’ve made when navigating their own career journey?
This is something that I’ve personally found really helpful when navigating a career pivot.
So I want to offer you the same opportunity by sharing my story. Not because I’m perfect, but because I’ve made a lot of mistakes along the way.
I share them with you in today’s episode so that you can benefit from what I wish I knew to help guide your own career 180 and transition. In this episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m talking about my career journey and making the decision to leave real estate to landing in coaching where I am today and the 3 lessons that I want you to take away from my career change.
I’ve been reflecting recently on my own career journey, and also what’s been going on for my clients and the stage of their careers that they’re in.
The idea of changing things up and flipping things on their head is in the air for a lot of people right now. This could be for personal reasons driven by a change in values or circumstances, or even something externally driven like a change in the organisation or a redundancy where you’re having to change and adapt .In today’s episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m talking about the five signs that it might be time for a career 180 so that you can begin to get on the front foot and be proactive about the situation that you’re in.
On average, we spend more time in relationships with the people that we work with than those in our personal life. However, who we work with often isn’t a choice that we have, making conflict inevitable, because you’re just not going to get along with everyone all the time. Conflict and confrontation is not something that a lot of us love, so if the idea of addressing difficult people and situations at work is a challenge for you, this episode has the tools you need to be able to speak up, speak out, and handle these relationships. In today’s episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m talking about how to handle difficult co-workers, bosses and micromanagers so that you know how to deal with difficult people that you can’t consciously cut out of your life.
For every opportunity there is, there are also many missed opportunities in the workplace. Often, it’s up to us to advocate for ourselves in the workplace, put ourselves forward and let people know what our goals are. This can be a real challenge for a lot of people, especially some women. In today’s episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m talking about the top 10 challenges I see women face in the workplace when it comes to promotions and opportunities to progress their careers. As you listen to this episode, I invite you to think about if each one applies to you, and if it does, make a little note, because this is your next area of focus for your work.
Perfectionism vs High Standards. Do you know the difference? It’s one thing to want to put out high quality work and get good results, but if you’re consistently looking for perfection in your work, this is where the lines get crossed and we step into perfectionism. When we step into the realm of perfectionism, we end up paying the cost associated with it. Hello stress, anxiety, burnout and overthinking. If you resonate with any of this, listen in. In today’s episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m talking about the 3 core pillars that drive perfectionism and how you can begin to embody the belief that you are enough and kick perfectionism to the curb.
Before I started on my own health and fitness journey, I had the idea that I would have to become the person who only ate a certain way, showed up in a certain way, and would have to give up so many things that I love and make me who I am. I know now that that’s not true. It doesn’t have to be either or, or black and white. You can prioritise your health, look after yourself AND find a balance between that and the things you love and having a life outside of being in the gym and preparing food. There’s no one better that I could think to speak to about taking a holistic and well balanced approach to women’s health than Beth Wright from B-Fit The Wright Way. In today’s episode of the podcast with Beth Wright we’re exploring her journey into both law and health, and the advice that Beth wants every woman to hear about prioritising their health and putting themselves first.
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