Hey Career Girl Nation!
This episode is on a topic that’s very near and dear to my heart. I’m diving into how to “honor your pace” or simply put: How to stop obsessing over self-imposed timelines when it comes to your career and life.
There’s a post on my Instagram account about my struggle with honoring my pace that really resonates with the people that read it. It seems like more than just a few people can relate to feeling like they need to accomplish this or that by the time they’re X years old.
As a career coach, I speak to women from various walks of life in different spaces in their career and no matter how different each of their career stories are, the one constant is the fact that they all feel they aren’t progressing through their career as quickly as they feel they “should”.
In this episode, I’m going to break down the pitfalls of living in your “shoulds” and give you practical ways you can work toward honoring the pace things are unfolding in your own life.
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Episode Gems You Don't Want to Miss:
The dangers of living in your “shoulds” and why staying there leaves you feeling unsatisfied
Why you must move away from focusing on the timing of your goals and aspirations and what to focus on instead
The pitfalls I’ve faced over the years trying to rush through the self-imposed timelines I’ve placed on my life
What really happens when we make decisions from a space of fear and lack
5 ways to finally start honoring your pace in your career and life
Links mentioned in this episode:
The “Honor Your Pace” post on my Instagram account
Episode 01: How I went from unemployed and depressed to loving life as a career coach
Episode 09: 6 Things I did Before Making the Huge Career Switch to HR
Episode 10: How to bounce back after being laid off
Episode 13: How I went from $45k to Six-Figure-Status
Episode 40: How To Prevent Burnout In Your Career
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