Is It Time to Start a New Career?
Are you thinking about your next career adventure? Perhaps your job no longer gives you purpose or you’re feeling burned out. If you’re ready to make a change, there are tools—and possibly even counsel—necessary to get you where you want to go.
Emily Kapit is an industry-leading career strategist and the founder of ReFresh Your Step, a career advisory firm with national and international clients. Emily is one of the youngest global professionals to become a three-time certified master resume writer. She’s been profiled by Forbes, she’s a founding member of the Forbes Coaches Council, and was recently noted as one of the nation’s 10 Resume Experts We Love by Recruiter.com.
Tune in as Emily discusses how more professionals are unhappy at work than most people realize, and if any of the feelings sound familiar, how you can work with a team of experts to start on a brand new career path.
In This Episode
- How emotional intelligence plays a key role in career advising
- Connecting your skills and achievements to a new career path
- Why business owners need to automate and delegate
- Using an accountability partner to keep your goals on track
- How to leverage social media (and why you should)
Quotes in This Episode
“It’s a safe place [to open up], and a lot of clients are in desperate need of that, because they’re dealing with whatever’s going on at work.” —Emily Kapit
“And so I’m trying to navigate this opportunity that I have in front of me to really, really grow the business in a little bit of a different way, and have a different structure for other client work, but trying to do that while keeping the business going and I also have a family, and I try not to burn out. So, trying to balance all of that is a challenge.” —Emily Kapit
“Whether it’s work life or home life, I need to let go and let other people—that I know can learn, and want to learn, maybe grow into their skills a little more, and not just want to immediately take over—which any parent out there will tell you is skillset for being a parent. It’s just all really true.” —Emily Kapit
“An accountability partner helps you to recalculate. The right person will understand real life happens and then work with you on a plan to actually reach those goals, whatever they might be.” —Emily Kapit
“As anyone running a small business knows, you need all the cheerleading you can get, right? It is a challenge each and every day, in a beautiful way, but to stop and actually celebrate those successes… You need to do it, because it helps you keep going and moving through the challenges that you’re facing and moving towards increasing success.” —Emily Kapit