How to Find the Career Opportunity You’ve Always Wanted
Three targeted resources to help you find direction, take action, and polish your online presence.
Are you stuck in a job that isn't you? Ready for a career change but have no idea what else you could do – or where to start?
If you find yourself deeply unfulfilled, not enjoying your work, and feeling like you aren't using your full potential, this piece will give you the resources, tools, and thought-starters to help you find a career option better suited to your personality, lifestyle, and success goals.
I'm dedicating this week's newsletter to sharing resources that will help you radically increase your chances of finding something you love.
Below you'll find a link to 10 career quizzes that will help you isolate your talents, and potential current opportunities intersect: 10 Career Quizzes to Help You Find a New Job.
Remember: people first, jobs second.
In the following article, you will learn the basics of connecting with people in the most effective way possible using the most powerful professional platform, LinkedIn.
Take a look, make some notes, and most importantly, take some action: LinkedIn Top 25 Best Practices: What You Need to Know.
How you choose to use your LinkedIn profile matters as it significantly impacts how you show up online. Generally speaking, you can think of your LinkedIn Profile as an excellent way to develop and build your brand.
Making the time to lay your foundation, build your Network, Followers, and personal brand can go a long way towards creating that new career you've always dreamed of. If you need some help pulling it all together, click here to learn more.
Remember, this isn't just about your career; it's about your life.
It's about how you feel every morning; it's about how that rubs off on your health and your relationships; and, ultimately, it's about the impact you can make on the world through being alive in what you do.
The stakes are high.
But they're higher still if you don't do anything about it.
So, for goodness sake, don't just read this article. Do something because of it.
What have you learned? What actions are you going to take? Share your thoughts in the comments below.