Do You Have a Career Development Process?
Posted March 5th, 2012 by Carroll King Schuller
“Your chances of success are directly proportional to the degree of pleasure you derive from what you do.”—Michael Korda
Do you know what careers are best suited to you and your unique personality? Are you uncertain about your career options?
It may sound odd, but we have the least self-knowledge of the things that we do well. Too often we assume the things that are easiest for us to do are not worth much, not realizing that these things feel easy because they tap into our unique talents. These are the places you need to spend the most time exploring as you search for the best career blueprint of your life.
For your career to be satisfying, it must be compatible with your personality. As you set out to start your career or switch careers, you need to work within a career development process to evaluate who you are and discover which careers best match your strengths, talents, and core values. Once you’ve identified a good career match you’ll be ready to implement strategies that will lead to a career that is right for you – and deeply fulfilling.
Working within a career development process is the best method to lay out who you are and discover the career that is best suited for you.
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