At some point in your career, you may reach a point where you start to feel like something is off, but maybe you can't put your finger on exactly what it is. You may have realized that you want something more for your career, but you don't know exactly what it is or how to get it.
If this has happened to you, know that you are not alone! Most people will experience this feeling, not once, but multiple times in their career. And, there is catharsis in knowing we are not alone in struggles.
The culprit is generally a misalignment of your strengths, values, and interests. And the starting point for the solution is determining which of those elements have become misaligned by getting clear on which combination of those elements are the most important to you right now.
In the guide below, you'll learn 5 steps to start to gain the internal clarity you need to figure our what's most important to you, and what your deal breakers are for your next career move. Once you've done this important internal clarity work, you can start to apply what you learned to the external clarity question of, "where am I trying to go and why am I trying to go there?"
You can't answer the external clarity questions of which companies, industries, functions, and location will be the ideal fit for my, unless you've done this important internal work first.
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