If you are tired getting up every day with that sinking “I dread going to work" feeling, then this course is for you. If you are tired being told, “It's all in your mind, then this course is for you. If you are looking for a way to escape a job you hate without going broke, then this course is for you. If you to take charge of your career on your own terms, then this course is definitely for you.
When you join this course, you'll discover new ways to experience your current job. You'll get a new way to use your current job as a vehicle to find your next career. You won't get those cheery suggestions to “Get a positive attitude" or “Be glad you have a job." And if you've always felt like an outsider who's not being taken seriously, you'll get tip for transforming your relationship with your job. You'll discover how to trust your inner voice, avoid sabotaging your future, and moving to career success in a way you never could before.
When you're frustrated with your job, it's not unusual to find your friends and family are less than sympathetic. You may even have friends who say things like, "I've lived all my jobs." Or, "What doe it mean to hate your job?" What accounts for these differences? That's what we'll explore in this lecture.
In the 19th century - and even the first part of the 20th - people didn't question their jobs. You got a job. You did your job. Period. What's different now?
How can you talk about your current job in ways that help you feel strong and powerful? We're not asking you to be chirpy and cheery "everything's great." You will be honest in a way that helps you move forward.
This lecture teaches you a creative exercise that may seem woo-woo at first. If you'll go along, you'll find your creative juices flowing and you'll tap into your underlying feelings in a unique way.
In this lecture you'll discover how to use your current job as a resource to reach your ultimate goals. It's not about positive attitude: we'll talk about realistic, down-to-earth ways to leverage your current position to reach your dream job.
It's easy to find yourself working for someone else's dream ... or the dream you had five, ten or even forty years ago. What's the dream that matters for you, today? That's what you'll learn to recognize in this lecture.
Names have power. In many cultures, naming is a form of creation. You will discover how to put a name on your conflict and how naming gives you power to survive, thrive and change.
When you hate your job, your frustration can reach you deeply and affect your entire life. This lecture gives you an exercise that's fun, but also extremely effective, so you discover a technique to protect yourself from negativity in the workplace. It's got a psychological foundation and most important, it works!
Moving beyond gratitude to provide a strong experience of "joy" every single day in the workplace. Discover exactly how to do this -realistically - and why it works.
This lecture teaches you how to find support in your life - beyond your career - to regain your strength and develop the inner resources you need to move forward.
When you're in a miserable job situation, your intuition can fall silent, stop speaking to you or even send misleading signals. This lecture shows you how to tap into your intuition, which can be your best career counselor. You'll learn how to interpret your own specific intuitive signals and create your own intuition key - personalized and unique to you!
Just one thought to take with you. Write this on a sticky note and put it next to your computer. Read it every day and you will probably change your life and your career.
You may be having trouble with your career because you're a certified maverick. You can be misunderstood and under-employed. Here's how to take charge of your career.
My name is Cathy Goodwin. I work with business owners, executives and professionals who want to pivot a business or career. They want to move to something new and they need support: new websites, new resumes, new strategies and direction. I'm now an author, consultant and professional speaker. In my earlier life I was a college professor, publishing research and teaching students in business schools. I have a PhD in business (UC Berkeley) and anMBA (Wharton).