A decision-making matrix is a great tool to compare alternative paths using criteria that are most important to you. This decision-making method is credited to Benjamin Franklin, who called it “Moral or Prudential Algebra” in personal letters in 1772. I adapted his method to decision-making about career paths or job options.… Read more... “How to Use a Decision-Making Matrix”
Are you at a career crossroads? Feeling like it’s time for a change to a career that lights you up, but not quite sure what that is or how to get there?
In this two-part article, I want to explore a different way of thinking about pursuing your passion, one that both clarifies your focus and expands the possibilities for finding that perfect-fit career.… Read more... “How To Get Wild About Work, Part 1”
Dear Dr. Civitelli:
Can you advise me about how to make a career change into tech? I think I would working in something related to technology but I don’t have any professional experience or education that is very relevant, and I don’t have the money or time to go back to school full-time.… Read more... “How To Make A Career Change Into Tech”
Today’s interview is with Dawn Lewis. Dawn worked as a Registered Nurse for eight years before she changed careers to become a Resume Writer and Career Coach. Dawn describes her career change success story from nursing to career coaching below and she shares advice for other nurses who might be interested in exploring a career change.… Read more... “Career Change Success Story: Nursing To Career Coaching”
If you are considering a career change, one of the smartest things you can do is study the actions taken by people who are career change success stories. Recently I interviewed Leah Krieger, Executive Director of the Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal in Seattle.… Read more... “Career Change Success: From Hospitality To Nonprofit”