I felt like I was trapped in a gilded cage – job security, good pay, nice extralegal benefits –, but I didn’t feel completely happy and did no longer get much energy out of the job. I had no outlet for my creative needs, and I was lacking time for myself. I didn’t just want to pass on knowledge, I wanted to be nurtured and stimulated myself. Thanks to career guidance, I realized that I had to take the leap to make more room for my freelance activities (copywriting, ghostwriting, journalism).
And that’s what I did. I now have more freedom and independence, have room to take on fun, creative writing jobs, and have finally started that long-awaited novel of mine that I’d been postponing forever, because I was lacking self-confidence. Career guidance gave me the push that I needed.
Working hands-on with people toward change
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Offering direction and peace of mind through carefully chosen questions
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Much room for humor and honesty
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