Coach Yourself to a Career You Love


Coach Yourself to a Career You Love

Here are seven questions you need to ask


In today’s job market, how do you find the career you want?

There was a time when going to a good university or working hard was a guarantee of a great career. But that has all changed, according to a new generation of career advisers.  Their message is clear: job security may be a thing of the past, but in its place there are more opportunities than ever before, thanks mainly to new technology. It is predicted that by the end of this decade, nearly 40% of workers will be freelancers.

Here are seven questions you need to ask yourself in order to design a career you'll love:

1)  If you could create the ideal role for yourself – and there were no limits as to what it could be – what would it look like?

2)  Which of your personal strengths have helped you get this far?

3)  What strategies have helped you get this far?

4)  How can you leverage these strengths and strategies in the future steps that you will be taking to get closer to your career goal(s)?

5)  What would you have to believe differently in order to create this new role?

6)  Where can you find your helpers:  mentor, coaches, and champions to support you to get you where you want to be?

7)  What’s holding you back? Find new ways to tackle these obstacles.


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Terri Altschul
Terri Altschul, PCC Terri is an Integral Coach, facilitator, blogger, wife, mom, continuous learner, and founder of She is passionate about human potential and demonstrates her love and commitment to the development and empowerment of others both personally and professionally. Terri founded to stand for the unique qualities and strengths of women where we are teaching a new paradigm for women. That women can learn how to live in a new way with each other. This new way of being encourages women to collaborate rather than compete, to trust rather than mistrust, to value each other as much as they value being with a man and to honor and value themselves. We do this through Women Connected Circles, Releasing the Need to Please, and a range of private coaching programs. Contact Terri: and
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