Mission – To help others achieve maximum self - fulfillment through the application of career assessment tools and personal coaching techniques.
Many of us at one time or another ask ourselves, “What is it that I’m really meant to do in this life?” When this occurs it’s usually because we feel a lack of personal or professional fulfillment. We feel a sense of frustration by not being in a position to do what we really love, what gives us the passion, what energizes us to jump out of bed every morning with an, “I can’t wait to get started” attitude. Unfortunately, even if we could answer this question, we’d only be able to travel half way down the path to fulfillment. The reason being, we’d still have to answer the question: “How do I get there?”
The first question relates to our search activities, the second to the process of achieving our ultimate goal of self-fulfillment. While the two are interrelated, the methodology for reaching our destination is relatively simple. Hire a guide! When adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts know where they want to go but don’t know how to get there, they hire a guide. When you or I don’t know how to get from point A to point B, we ask for directions.
At Careerpathfinder LLC, I use the wisdom gained from over 40+ years of experience meeting, interviewing, counseling, assessing and guiding individuals in their pursuit of a more fulfilling career. In addition to my extensive experience, I also utilize key assessments as a tool to help identify potential new pathways that could lead to the achievement of your goals and the fulfillment of your dreams. I help individuals to see how the early patterns of their lives have formed the foundation for what they are meant to do in life.
My service benefits individuals at any stage of their life. You may be:
- A high school student trying to determine what college would be the best fit or trying to determine your preferred learning style and motivation;
- A college student who’s not sure what courses of study to pursue;
Interested in learning how to better relate to your teachers or develop better study habits;
- A college senior who has completed your education but doesn’t know what career path to choose;
- Someone who has been in a number of “dead end” jobs that have failed to provide the financial rewards, promotional opportunities or increased responsibilities your co-workers are enjoying;
- An individual who has been in a position for a number of years, is relatively successful, but knows in your heart of hearts you’re not doing the kind of work that fulfills you;
- A retiree who wants to start a new career path but aren’t sure what that looks like.
My goal is to help you expand your choices and the amount of control you have over those choices in order to determine the best future path for you to take. I’ll help you focus on the wisest path, gather relevant information to help you set goals to measure your progress, help you make new personal and professional contacts to expand your network and guide you in making decisions that will keep you moving in the right direction to achieve your dream.