A simple cheat sheet for career choices

Posted by on Mar 14, 2012 in Emotional health, work life balance | 0 comments

A simple cheat sheet for career choices

Making career choices is tough.  We get caught in what psychotherapists call “approach-avoidance conflict.”  We move toward making a change out of hope things will get better (approach); but we fear making a mistake, or jumping from the frying pan into the proverbial fire (avoidance).  Small wonder many of us remain stuck until someone makes the decision for us.

Sarah Peck has come up with a simple way of thinking through the decision that I think is brilliant.  When you’ve already done the work of investigating some options and collecting information, this way of looking at things helps you check your gut and clarify your values.

For more information, check out Peck’s blog.It Starts With One Page Job Cheat Sheet 150x150 A simple cheat sheet for career choices

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