The emotional part of career change is vastly diverse depending on a client’s needs and desires. In this week’s blog I will share a few observations and identify 5 practical tips about how to manage your emotions, whilst navigating your way through change.
A theme prevalent in today’s turbulent marketplace is ‘feelings of anxiety, uncertainty and fear’. This theme is prevalent as a result of conversations I’ve shared with colleagues, clients and friends across the globe. Interestingly, 2 main elements stand out: awareness and choice. People identify with and are aware of feelings of stress, frustration and anxiety. In direct relation to these feelings, I notice people choosing to do something about it. Clients want to explore and understand who they are, where they are and what they want.
Clients come to Position Ignition for support. At Position Ignition we design programmes tailored to the needs of the individual and/or organization. We are passionate about working with people to expand their potential and guide them to their best result. Experience demonstrates that when people are honouring their values, playing to their strengths, utilising their skills and experience they are able to get focused and clear on what they want.
Practical Tips when you notice Gremlins trying to play out unproductive dramas in your head:
- Read ‘Conker your Limiting Beliefs’
- Practise 4 step breathing technique in 'Gremlin Taming’
- Career Transition – 'A Personal Experience' ~you are not alone
- 'Taking the Next Step' ~how does it feel?
- Contact Position Ignition for a free consultation ~ you are not alone, there are Professional Guides available to support and assist you.
About the author:
Stephanie Mount is a Position Ignition Guide. She is profoundly interested in people and their potential. Stephanie engages with individuals to discover their most authentic self (the positive energy, their passions and strengths). Stephanie’s diverse career in the helping profession spans two continents. She uses her international experience, professional knowledge and living as an expatriate to enable others to create a fulfilling and balanced life. Stephanie is an adventurer, passionate about the ‘great outdoors’ and travelling to far flung places on this beautiful planet.