ADVANCE YOUR CAREER AT LIGHT SPEED WITH A PROFESSIONAL LIFE COACH

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Advancing your career is much different than what it was for your grandparents. The average worker today will stay at a job less than 2 years. Although times have changed many of the same principles of the past still apply today. Finding purpose in life and doing what you love are very important in living a happy fulfilling life. Hiring a professional life coach can greatly help in advancing your career.

HERE ARE SEVEN HABITS THAT GREAT LIFE COACHES AGREE WILL HELP YOU TO ADVANCE YOUR CAREER FOR TODAY’S WORKPLACE

1. KNOW YOUR CAREER MISSION AND THEN PURSUE IT WITH PASSION

You have gotten to where you are at in your career as a result of those activities. The happiest professionals are those who understand their work, and what it takes to do a great job. This comes from a combination of technical competence and knowing exactly what management or clients expect from you. Doing the job right is fundamental way in which to separate yourself from the competition and advance your career. A personal life coach will help you to adopt a new mindset and help you to refine your career mission and achieve your goals.

2. MAKE SURE YOUR SUPERVISOR IS AWARE OF YOUR COMPETENCE

Make sure that your supervisor notices when you are doing good work and understands that you expect to be rewarded for going above and beyond. Too often employees just assume that that management know what’s best when it comes to helping with career advancement, and that doing a really good job will automatically be acknowledged. Unfortunately, many workers only generate attention when they’re a problem. If you really want to advance your career, you have to ask for what you want. Your team leader isn’t a mind reader and waiting quietly to be recognized is a surefire way to get passed over for advancement.

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3. BE AN ENTREPRENEUR ON THE JOB

Think of yourself as a consultant in the current role that you have at work. It’s not a permanent gig, you are there to make the most it and be as productive as possible for the company. Organizations and workers alike no longer expect that employment is for life. Think of yourself as a contractor with a portfolio instead of a loyal employee. As a contractor, your focus should be doing excellent work, learning as much as possible from each position, and being ready to advance your career.

4. DEVELOP YOUR INTUITION AND THEN TRUST IT

If a situation does or doesn’t feel right, don’t let logic override intuition. Have you ever taken a job and your gut warned you against it, only to find weeks later that your first instinct had been correct? Critical thinking has its place in the decision-making process, but whole-brained thinking will give you a balanced perspective on your career advancement that pure analysis cannot.

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5. DEVELOP YOUR NETWORK AND LEVERAGE IT

Connect with other like-minded professionals even when you don’t want a new job. A well-developed professional network can be a source of friendships, mentors, and referrals for everything from the next movie that you see to the next car that you buy. Your network can also provide objective insights for evaluating opportunities and problems. Trade organizations, churches, alumni associations, friends of friends, and self-improvement education all offer excellent sources for cultivating relationships with colleagues who can help advance your career. Job security comes and goes, but a solid network of valuable contacts is valuable no matter the circumstances.

6. FAKE IT UNTIL YOU MAKE IT

Life Coach Seeker is not suggesting that you lie on your resume or present yourself as someone you’re not. “Faking it” refers instead to those situations that you are not self-confident when faced with a challenging project. Self-doubt can create a limiting mindset and you may intern eliminate yourself from advancing your career. Your positive attitude will take you a long way. If you find yourself lacking in confidence, positive behavior can easily overtake the absence of total competency in doing something new. Hiring a coach will help you get up to speed during the learning curve.

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7. TURN THAT FEAR INTO AN ALLY

A personal life coach is professionally trained to help you effectively channel your fear into energy and then an ally in career advancement. Everyone is new at doing something at one time or another. Fear when channeled appropriately, can drive you to succeed. The fear of failing at a task can be the catalyst and the key ingredient in finding the best possible solution in achieving your goals. Many breakthroughs in science, business and sports would never occurred if calculated risks had not been taken and debilitating fear had been the deciding factor. Your amazing coach will help you uncover any limiting perceptions that might prevent you from advancing your career.

2018-08-16T08:10:26+00:00