IF YOU DON'T PRIORITIZE YOUR LIFE, SOMEONE ELSE WILL
About one-third (30 percent) of your life is spent working. Let's design a life that ensures this time is spent in flow as much as possible.
We have no way of recommending what anyone’s future occupation should be. The world is changing too fast for us to even be sure what occupations will exist tomorrow. A better goal is to help you learn how to create a more satisfying life.
“The best moments in our lives usually happen when our mind and body is stretched to its limits in a voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult and worthwhile”.
- Mihaly Csikszentimihayli
WHO IS IT FOR?
This service is for anyone seeking to enhance, develop, strategize, or change their careers. Combining the science of resilience with strategic career development theory let's design a career and life that puts you into flow more often. This service is for:
early-mid career professionals feeling stagnant
leaders looking for executive coaching
students transitioning into the real world
individuals transitioning into a new career due to job loss, unforeseen circumstances, or personal choice
those who are struggling to find purpose (hint: there is no such thing!)
those who want to find more engagement (flow) in their work
HOW IS IT STRUCTURED?
Take a step back and discover more about yourself. What is essential for you? What put's you into flow? What are your strengths? Develop a career narrative that serves you.
The mental skills that elite performers use in sport are the same as they are in any other craft. Learn to train your mind like an athlete.
The world of work is rapidly changing. Take charge of your career. Know your value, explore your options, plan your actions, and create your future.
Depending on the level of service you require, the career strategy service may include some or all of the following:
1:1 career coaching sessions that are tailored to your needs as well as teach you the skills of self-awareness, resilience, and careerpreneuralism
Resume & cover letter review & design
Interview & job search techniques
Networking & personal branding
Access to client HUB which includes worksheets, resources, and more
On going support and encouragement
Let's get you here
Neault, R., & Pickerell, D. (2019). Career engagement: A conceptual model for aligning challenge and capacity. In N. Arthur, R. Neault, & M. McMahon (Eds.), Career theories and models at work: Ideas for practice (pp. 271-282). Toronto, ON: CERIC
WHAT QUALIFIES ME TO PROVIDE CAREER COACHING?
Good question. You should always consider a coach's background and experience before paying them.
As you may have deciphered from the rest of the website, my background is in sport & performance psychology. However, after the disruptive nature of COVID on the sport industry, I found myself exploring ways to keep my own career afloat. After some reflection I realized that although the context might change, the craft can stay the same. In this case the craft of performance coaching very much applies to individuals "performing" in their careers.
With this, I had the idea of combing my experience in mental performance with career strategy. This led me to expand my education to career development theories and models - ones that were similar to athletes experiencing career transitions. Thus, I pursued a Certified Career Strategist designation from the Career Professionals of Canada alongside working as a career coach in addition to my mental performance consulting.
With this unique perspective, I can continue to follow my ultimate mission: to increase the amount of time people spend in flow; whether that is in sport, or careers. After all, life is a performance, and we are all performers.