Every day you get into a metal box on wheels and are happy to be propelled from 0-60mph in seconds.
A million obstacles can get in your way.
A trillion things could happen to make your trip go disastrously wrong.
Nevertheless, you still climb into your vehicle and make the trip.
Even though the only thing to stop your head-bone connecting to your windscreen-bone, whilst your foot-bone’s connected to your brake-bone is a 47mm wide strip of fabric.
Yes, I have measured the width of a seat-belt for your benefit.
And yet when it comes to changing your job to something better, you believe you are too afraid to take risks? Seriously?
You leap into a car to start your journey without the slightest concern that whilst being catapulted at great speed along a road filled with obstacles, threats and challenges, the only thing that is keeping you from serious hard is a thin bit of cloth. And you think you are risk adverse!
Not much actually.
You know that the car industry has taken necessary measures to ensure the risks are controlled. They fit cars with seat-belts. They enhance the braking systems. They use crash-test dummies in simulators to understand the impact of risk and put protective measures in place to keep you as safe as possible.
Coaching is no different. A career coach is like a crash-test dummies. I have gone through the windscreen at speed, so you don’t have to! I have tested the mechanics of a career change, understand the impact, and put protective measures in place. I have used that information to expertly design programmes that lead you on the smoothest path.
I am your co-driver by your side in case you come up against an obstacle. And with a career coach as your guide, your journey to your dream-goal destination is safe.
Don’t be a dummy and set off without a seat-belt.
Other blog posts linked to this topic
What is the one thing that prevents almost everyone from doing the thing they most desire? [04.09.22]
And the winner of the best excuse is…. [03.10.22]
The cursed painting that brought death to the exam hall… and the fear lives on. [19.10.22]
10 tips to knock out your fear so you can chase your dreams. [01.11.22]