Becoming a Career Coach wasn't something I contemplated until the turn of the decade when it dawned on me that I had been coaching people on LinkedIn about their careers for the past two years.
And these people, the ones who actually listened, were getting great results using my strategies.
I'm proud of everyone of them.
Some have become friends, others, life long connections.
My imagination is huge, and I'd like to help everyone live up and exceed their potential but one of my favorite quotes goes thus:
"Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone."
Therefore, I'm doing, one client at a time.
Lastly, one thing stood out to me when deciding what type of coach I wanted to become. I noticed that one of the first things you see when you go to most coaches web page is a stunning photo of themselves and bio to match. I don't quite like this strategy.
That is why I have decided to satisfy that narcissistic desire in my very first blog post, which will ultimately get lost in a pool of more relevant actionable posts to come.
This post is the only place you'll see my photo on this entire website.
I'm not the star of this show - you are.
This is your story.
I'm just a guide, on a journey with you to ending up with a career you'd be proud to talk about to your family and friends.
Ok, enough about me. Let back to your career goals and aspirations.
Are you ready to get started?