Cast your mind back to school, and you will probably vaguely recall careers advice which may have reinforced long held ambitions, put to bed some unrealistic goals, or opened your eyes to completely new and previously unexplored prospects. But there is one job title that every one of us should have been told was our destiny. In fact, the business cards and job description should have been printed and handed out there and then. Job Title: CEO, My Career. Job Purpose: Proactive Career Management.
Why is it that some of life’s biggest decisions can be made with bold certainty, and yet others can prove agonising? It’s all down to understanding your personal purpose, and putting it in the driving seat of your decision-making.
Listen in to Elizabeth Gilbert (author of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’) as she shares her insight on managing the emotional highs and lows of a creative career. ‘Don’t be afraid, don’t be daunted. If your job is to dance, do your dance.’