When you’re feeling stifled in your career, there’s a good chance you’ve stumbled into this paradox of perception vs reality.
You see, one of the first things you hear when you work in a high performing culture is you have to own your career.
What they don’t tell you is…
The way in which you own your career matters.
What you say, how you say it, who you say it to, and when you say it all matter.
And if you get it wrong you can find yourself set back a year or two in career progression — or worse — struggling and counseled out of the job you love (and need to support your family)..
The simplest way to avoid this is simple — get yourself a coach.
Not just any coach.
It has to be one who has walked a path that looks a whole lot like the one you’re going on, not someone who worked 1 year at a big name firm and is now trying to impart all of their “wisdom” on you.
If you don’t believe me, look at the top performers in any profession and you’ll see coaches as the secret weapon.
Do you have yours?
If not… and you don’t like the idea of being left behind… it turns out I know a guy who I think can really help you.