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As I looked out my front window today, I saw several Canadian Geese sitting in a snowbank. It's interesting some of these geese decide to stay in Canada and bare the brunt of the snow and cold weather while others head South for the winter.
At some point, these birds make a decision to either stay or go. This is a situation many of us face at some point in our careers. Is now the time to move into a new role or a new organization? Or, is it best to sit tight and enjoy the current role? I have faced this decision several times throughout my own career, and I now help others make this decision through my Career Coaching.
If you are trying to figure out your career path, I think you'll enjoy my story (below), 'Should I Stay or Should I Go?'
Enjoy the ride!
Chief Engagement Officer
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Are you feeling trapped or restless in your job? Do you have this feeling deep down inside there might be something else for you? But then as you start to think about what may be possible, fears come to the surface and just leave you wondering if the grass would really be greener on the other side.
If you are feeling any of these emotions, this article will help bring you more clarity about making the decision, 'Should I Stay or Should I Go?' Read more.
Is this article striking a chord with you? Learn more about my Career Coaching.
I Was Ranked Top 1% Viewed Linked In Profiles of 2012. Now it is Your Turn!
Online networking is exploding. I continue to be amazed at the lightning speed at which people have the capability to connect with so many people in a short period of time. For instance, I have received as many new customers for Potential Unlimited through my online networking as through my face-to-face meetings. It seriously pays to go online.
Recently, I was ranked by Linked In as having one of the Top 1 % viewed profiles on their network for 2012. I want to share with you some of my tips to help maximize your online presence. Read more.
Quote of the Day: "Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand - and melting like a snowflake." Marie Beyon Ray, author
Carey-Ann Oestreicher (pronounced O-striker), Chief Engagement Officer for Potential Unlimited, works with individuals and companies to help them reach their full potential.
Nominated as one of Canada's Most Powerful 100 Women, Carey-Ann has held a variety of senior positions including vice-president level and she has worked in industries such as: financial services, automotive and transportation, publishing, cosmetics and fashion.
Carey-Ann's media appearances include CTV's Canada AM, Global TV's Survivor series, CBC NewsWorld, TSN. She has also been quoted in numerous publications such as The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine and Canadian Business magazines.