Find More Satisfaction in Your Current Company career direction tips Dec 02, 2022

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By Danielle Roessle, LCSW, GCDFI, CCSP

Over the last few months, we've watched interest rates skyrocket and job layoffs with companies such as Twitter, Shopify, and Meta. For many people, fears of a recession are creeping in. Interestingly, job growth is still...

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What are you grateful for? career mindset Nov 22, 2022

by Danielle Roessle, LCSW, GCDFI, CCSP, Founder of Inner Compass Coach

I've been thinking a lot about gratitude this Thanksgiving. Especially as a look at the picture that hangs in my bathroom that a friend made for me that says, “What are you grateful for?” (pictured above).

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The Wisdom of Opposites career mindset Nov 20, 2022

By Hunter Dickson, CCSP, with the help of Danielle Roessle, LCSW, GCDFI, CCSP

Kate Stillman, the author of Body Thrive, explains the concept called The Wisdom of Opposites, which means that we sometimes must do what is counter-intuitive to us and do the opposite of our inclination. 

In early...

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I'm Stuck career mindset Nov 11, 2022

by Danielle Roessle, LCSW, GCDFI, CCSP, Founder of Inner Compass Coach (with the help of Hunter Dickson, CCSP)

The most common thing I hear from potential clients is, “I’m stuck.“

What is stuck anyway? Some of Webster's Dictionary definitions are: to remain in a static...

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More on the Course Launch career direction tips Oct 31, 2022

Over the last decade, I have noticed that many professionals who are unhappy with their career are not using their time and talents in a way that feels meaningful to them.

Whether it is a small pivot within one’s role or a complete career overhaul, the greatest impact comes from being more...

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Some Exciting News from Inner Compass Coach career direction tips Oct 21, 2022

 

I've been alluding to some exciting news for quite some time. On October 30th, I'll be releasing The Inner Compass Process online course.

I designed this self-paced course because I noticed that when career changers were stuck, it was because their careers were reinforcing...

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Career Change v. Pivot career direction tips Oct 14, 2022

by Danielle Roessle, LCSW, GCDFI, CCSP, Founder of Inner Compass Coach

Yah ! My episode with Confessions of a Sales Pro, The Ian Selbie Podcast, has just been released!

I love that I was able to speak with Ian about something that is near and dear to me, which is how to determine if...

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Some thoughts on fear career direction tips career mindset Oct 07, 2022

It was 2017, I was living and teaching English in Shanghai, China, and I thought I was entering a career I would love. Unfortunately, it didn’t take long for me to realize that this field wasn’t for me, and yet it still took me a year to make a change and reach out for help.

While my...

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Idea v. Reality career direction tips Oct 01, 2022

In 2012, I wanted to start a business for various reasons, but I did not know what to start. Many of my friends were getting married, so I was coordinating a lot of bachelorette parties. I had a random thought — wouldn’t it be fun to invent a shot glass in the shape of a toilet...

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Shoulds, Societal Norms, and Pressures career direction tips Sep 23, 2022

I've been reflecting on external pressures I experienced earlier in my career:

"Danielle, you should go to grad school because you only have a bachelor's in social work."

"Danielle, now that you've graduated with your master's, you should get a job in your field."

In all honesty, a lot of these...

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Filling Your Cup career mindset Sep 16, 2022

Growing up, I watched a lot of fairy tales. I remember story after story of the prince or princess finding their love, and only then, living happily ever after.

I felt bombarded by the messages that one person, career, or role (like parenthood), would eventually meet my needs from an...

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Is it really too late to learn new skills? career mindset Sep 09, 2022

My niece is learning to walk! It’s so much fun to watch her push herself up, stumble around, and take a few steps before falling back down again. She laughs and giggles almost every time. I love watching her take joy in learning something new. 

As a former school social worker,...

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