TCC Clients Make Career Changes They Love
Since 2001 over 96% of TCC’s clients have reported that they have actually changed into their ideally matched careers, as compared to the industry average of less than 38%. TCC Member Career Coaches have assisted thousands of people from all walks of life in over 26 countries to discover, create and obtain their ideal careers.
Wayne Ottenbreit, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Making The Right Career Change Will Solve These Common Work Issues
I’m stuck it a rut. I don’t like my job.
Like approximately 85% of US workers, as reported in numerous surveys. I’m stressed from having to perform well enough to remain employed. I cannot jeopardize loosing the income to support my lifestyle and family. Yet, my personal, family and emotional lives have suffered badly because they are tied to my stressful job.
I don’t want to continue in this same life for another 20 to 30 years.
I want off the rat race. I need to make a career change soon. I want to find the career path that is less stressful, has more flexibility, is more enjoyable and more prosperous for me. I have little confidence in making the right career choices I don’t want to risk financial ruin by making the wrong career change at my stage in life. I want and need help to do it right this time, but whom do I turn to who can and will help me with utmost confidentiality?
I want to be my own boss.
I’m tired of answering to the whims and demands of others. But I am good enough at my present job that it pays the bills. Quitting to go on my own appears difficult and even scary. I have several ideas I want to pursue, and I want to benefit from my inner entrepreneurial spirit. But I do not know where to start or how to earn a living by being my own boss.
I cannot afford nor do I want to go back to school, nor risking everything on the wrong business venture. Running a business excites and concerns me at the same time. I want to make the right choices for me with the fewest damage causing mistakes. I don’t want to make this big career change alone.
The great career that I loved and did well in is no longer available to me.
It was my life, it was my identity. For example-Professional athletes no longer able to play, Military Veterans, Law enforcement officers, pilots, air traffic controllers, teachers, executives, and/or fireman who are no longer able to perform.
I only know one career, I’m older now, but I have a lot of life yet to experience.
I relied on the great support I received in my previous career. Like sports coaches and trainers, Military support systems and community, fellow policemen and firemen, etc. My career support systems are gone now. I am on my own for the first time in many years.
I am forced to make a career change, but I’m lost and confused.
I feel like I am starting over again. I don’t know how to find my next career that will be as fun, and rewarding as my last so I have a new purpose in life that gets me excited.
I am a mother who wants to find a fulfilling career outside motherhood.
My kids are growing up and need me less and less. The empty nest situation. I want to do something that will bring me satisfaction, enjoyment and income. I feel lost and at a big disadvantage because I have not worked for years, and I am told I will need more formal education to get considered for jobs.
I want to make the best career change adjustment that allows me to do what I love and supports my continued motherhood. The options appear to be endless, but in reality feel very restricted for me because of my limited work experience. I need and want help, but do not know where to turn or how to ask for it.
I have climbed the corporate latter into management, but things have changed
That will surely hamper, if not damage my ability to keep my position, let alone get promoted. (Corporate takeovers/mergers, New CEO, Restructuring, etc.) I need to make a career change to help me achieve my potentials by maximizing my experiences, talents and passions.
I know there is more in me, but I am unsure what. Using executive search firms sounds great, but I do not know what new jobs to instruct them to seek for me. Since this career change is being pushed on me, I want to do it right, and get the best help I can to make this next career move really count.
I am a single mother who needs to work to support my family.
I want to find the right career for me that I enjoy and do well in and that also allows me to continue being the good mother to my children that I want to be. I know this will become a juggling act and I want help to create a balance between a career I love and do well and being a mother for the same reasons.
I’m just starting my work career and I want to do it right for me
By embarking on the career I will love and thrive in from the beginning. This is a huge career change for me from being a student for so many years, or part time worker to devoting myself full time to a career I will love.
I’m highly motivated to do something to earn a living. But I am confused where to turn and HOW to enter the best career paths for me.
I have been unemployed and I have struggled to get a decent job.
I sent out tons of resumes, scoured the job-hunting websites and networked till I am blue in the face. I have skills. I have experience. But, I am older now and have felt less desirable than younger job seekers. I feel confused, frustrated, I have lost my mojo, and I am concerned that I will be relegated to this job-searching nightmare.
I want to work. I need to work. I do not want to get so desperate that I feel forced to take any job I can get. Instead, I want help to make the best career change to get a new work position or career that will be really fun and prosperous for me.
If You Are In Any Of The Above Situations? Welcome to The Human Race!
There is nothing wrong with you. You are not damaged. You are not dumb or incapable. You are NOT a failure. Instead, you undoubtedly used the same “Trial and Error” work selection processes that almost assured that you and others would NOT and will NOT connect with your ideally suited careers.
In other words you and millions like you have ended up or most likely will end up in these bad work situations because of the methods you used to pick your jobs, careers and work positions.
For example, if you used a dirty set of socket wrenches in an auto garage to conduct open-heart surgery, the methods and tools would predetermine the bad outcome of the surgery. The prospect of using the same “Trial and Error“ work selection process for your next career change has to be confusing and daunting.
Bill created The Coach Connection (TCC) in 2001 to be the one source for TCC clients to find their ideal coach!
There Are Three Ways (Work Selection Processes) To Choose Your Career
1. The Trial And Error Method to Select Your Work Positions and Career
The Trial an Error Method emphasizes ERROR. This is the most commonly used method that over 95% of people use. With this method you evaluate the work position OPTIONS that come before you, whether by accident or choice. You evaluate your options, using any method you wish. You decide to give one option a TRY. You then ADJUST to the work conditions, your boss, your company, your industry, your customers and other factors.
After you make all of these many adjustments you eventually discover that you are not working in a position you want, or like, because it is much different than you had thought. So you decide to change your work position to get one you do like. But you use the same Trial and ERROR method to get your next position or career. And of course, you ADJUST to the many forces that influence you. Then you eventually recognize that you once again dislike your work position, but the scenery has changed.
So you repeat the process, hoping you will get lucky, but with the same results. In 1999 and 2000 The Bureau of Labor statistics reported that the average worker change employers 10.5 times during their work career. Most likely because so many people are using the Trial and Error Method that virtually forces people to change careers that often.
But after a number of these erroneous choices, you begin to doubt yourself. Wondering if you will ever enjoy and prosper in your work or you just decide to tough it out thinking that work must be distasteful and stressful. Like the other approximately 86% of American workers who dislike their jobs.
You probably feel that there must be a better way, but you cannot figure out what it is.
2. The Please Others Method to Select Your Work Positions and Career
You allow others to dictate your career path and work selections. Most often they will be your parents or spouses. Approximately 5% of people use this method. But of course you most likely did not want or like their career choices for you, so you plunder along doing the best you can in something that is not right for you and that you probably dislike.
Unfortunately this method frequently creates stress between you and the people you chose to please. You most often are not too motivated to perform in the career they chose for you. Consequently you probably do not succeed as well as they want or expect you to do. They are not pleased with your work status, and want you to adjust to their requirements.
3. The Career Coaching Method to Select Your Work Positions and Career
The new and very different career selection process, called “Career Coaching” that virtually guarantees that you will make the best career change for you. Career Coaching arrived on the scene in about 1992.
With career coaching you “Discover and Personally Custom Design” your “Ideal Career” to “Suit You.”
And more importantly, your career coach will make sure you actually get the work position that is ideal for you. Because that is his or her mission, and career coaching works much better that you think possible.
Career Coaching Works Extremely Well, When Done Right
The career coaching process is very practical and results driven. The reason you hire a career coach is to actually discover, design and get your ideally matched career. The job of your career coach is to make darn sure you do. Career coaching is about Completion!
Only you, the client, decide that you have changed into your best-matched career, and you both know it. Once you the client are performing in your custom designed dream career, the job of your career coach is done. But like any other human improvement process, career coaching only works when performed as it was designed.
Learn about the details of HOW and WHY Career Coaching is so practical and so successful in Bill’s book entitled “Go To Play Every Day and call it work.” Read numerous case studies of how many people, including Bill, transitioned into and kept their ideal careers on their own terms and thrived because of it.