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but have no idea what they’d rather be doing.

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We’re here to give you permission …

To break free from feeling stuck, frustrated, and overwhelmed.

To figure out your passion in life and pursue it in a way that feels good to you.

To have the courage to live according to your own values, and not spend your life trapped by someone else’s rules.

To combine your career and passion in a way that feels so good, you’ll hardly believe it’s real (but it will be).

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Side Chat: The sideways approach to getting what you want

what you want

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Have you noticed that surfers tend to have nice abs even though they’re not trying to? They’re just out there doing what they love, and abs are the happy byproduct.

Meanwhile, you might be in the gym, cursing your ab-less torso on what feels like your millionth rep of sit-ups.

When you boil it down, there are always two approaches to getting what you want: Head-on, or sideways. The head-on approach is how most of us naturally assume success and achievement work. It’s direct and rooted in cause and effect. “I do this, I get ...

Why career coaching has almost nothing to do with your career

career coaching

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Here’s a metaphor for you:

You’re a tree. You’ve got lots of branches — career, romance, friends, family, hobbies, health — but one root system.

If your “career” branch is feeling lackluster, does it really make sense to spend a lot of time pruning, clipping, and sprucing just that branch? Isn’t it likely that if one branch is withering, all of the branches might be affected? And in that case, why not direct your attention to the (brace yourself for a pun) root of the matter?

It seems like a no-brainer, but you’d be surprised ...