Facing a Career Conundrum? Let’s Find Out What Makes You Tick…

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cork-796138_1920When it comes to careers, self-awareness is one of the most powerful career tools out there.

So many people drift through their working lives, never really knowing what they want to be doing with their careers. We often ‘fall into’ jobs, and then find ourselves stuck and feeling frustrated. What a shame!

40% of people at work ‘fall into a career’ they didn’t choose.

Some of these people actually end up loving the job they ‘fell into’, but others wish they had fallen into something else. The other 40% chose a career because of the possibilities, the variety and the way that job made them feel. Then the 20% in the middle did a bit of both, falling and choosing. Which camp do you sit in?

What most people don’t realise is the power of knowing what drives you subconsciously. By finding out what makes you tick at work, you can consciously choose a career that will involve more of what you love, and less of what you don’t.

This is where the LAB (Language And Behaviour) Profile steps in.

The LAB Profile allows us to understand exactly what motivates us, through simple analysis of language. This understanding allows us to pinpoint the traits that make the difference between behaviour that is very effective and behaviour that does not provide the desired results. With this new knowledge, you can identify your ideal career – based on your innate motivations and passions – and ultimately find a job that will keep you interested and engaged!

How can you discover your ideal career with the LAB Profile?   

That’s easy! Unlike a psychometric test, the LAB Profile can be carried out on the phone, Skype or face-to-face. All you need is a LAB Profile Master Practitioner, such as Katherine. After a 30-45 minute conversation, Katherine will help you to understand what makes you tick., what motivates you, and what leaves you feeling disinterested! Once you know that, choosing your ideal career is easy.

We spend around 90,000 hours at work during our lifetime, and that’s a lot of time to be stuck in a job you don’t enjoy. Don’t wait a lifetime to figure out your ideal career!

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