Throughout these years of intense professional involvement in the career field, I have observed that people suffer more than they need to and for longer periods of time than they need to because they don’t ask for help. “I want to do it myself” is an attitude more appropriate to childhood and adolescence than to adulthood. In adulthood, asking for competent help when you need it is a sign of maturity.
Here you will find food for profound thought, including articles and essays on various aspects of personal and career development, inspirational stories of clients who have succeeded in making powerful career moves, and referrals to other internet sites containing career resources. I hope it will trigger new thinking for you and create new possibilities for effective action.
So, who are you? What do you love? What are your gifts and talents? What do you care about deeply? What is your work? What do you want?
These are the timeless questions of the Self. They are not easy to answer, but they are not impossible to answer either. You don’t need to know everything about yourself, but you do need to know what you know and begin to take steps that are in sync with that self-knowledge.
As is true with the best of journeys, wherein you reach your destination and are rewarded in ways you never imagined possible, you need an accurate map, AND a competent guide who has been there before.
It is my privilege, honor and joy to be a guide for the most important journey of all, the Journey of the Self.
Bonnie Bonetti Bell