Reinventing our careers seems to be something that many in the workplace have to do more frequently these days. The days of getting hired and keeping one job are over, as a matter of fact statistics state that millennials will have over six different jobs during their career lifetime.
In my interview with author and coach Pamela Mitchell we speak about her book “The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention” in which she guides us through how to navigate the ever changing landscape of the job markets.
The first law of reinvention Is to have a Vision for Your Life. Career reinvention starts with a vision for your life because careers and jobs are delivery devices for the kind of life you hope to lead. They are a conduit for becoming the kind of person you want to be, experiencing the things you want to experience, having the things you want to have, states Pamela. Happiness in your career is directly tied to how much your work brings richness to your world.
Pamela second law is Your Body is Your Best Guide: “All good decision-making requires an ever-shifting balance of intellectual and instinctual input. But some decision are better left to the first clear signal your body sends-assuming that you’re paying close attention and can pick up on it—the body never lies”.
In this interview with Pamela we discuss many of the 10 Laws for Reinvention. Please listen to this engaging and informative interview about career reinvention with author Pamela Mitchell speaking about her book “The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention“. You can also learn more about Pamela and her career coaching services by going to the Reinvention Institute by clicking the link.
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