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Day 18 of The Inner Compass Process

career direction tips Apr 22, 2021

For the next 21 days, I'm going to be posting my Inner Compass journey on my blog. Want to go through the Inner Compass Process with me to find more personal and professional fulfillment? Please read these short blog posts and journal your responses.

When it comes to finding your CAREER DIRECTION, your sad memories of childhood can be a doorway to understanding your natural talents.
I drove by my elementary school over the weekend and bawled my eyes out. It was the site where I was severely bullied for over three years.
Little did I know that the bullying would have a silver lining — I learned to observe and read others around me. I also developed a deep sense of empathy for others, which has made me a great coach.
What were your sad memories of childhood? What compensation skills or natural gifts did you develop because of your need to self-protect? How do those gifts want to manifest in your career?

If you want to learn how to connect the dots of your negative childhood memories and your career, CHECK OUT MY NEW BOOK The Inner Compass Process: Using Childhood Memories to Guide Your Career Change: 

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