Mindful Outdoor Career Orientation

Mind your step! Intensive Coaching in the lovely hills of the Bavarian woods. Who am I? What do I truly want in my career? What do I have to offer? Quite a number of people find it hard to answer these kind of questions. Depending of course on IQ, educational backgrounds and working experience there really shouldn’t be a problem at all in finding the answers and then acting upon them. Rationally speaking, those voices in your head all day long are of no use at all, because it really requires silence, a lot of silence to find out what you really want and who you really are.

Do you dare? It needs a lot of guts to ‘find yourself’, the authentic you. A large part of the ‘search’ requires courage. Courage to step out of your ‘comfort zone’. Courage to dare to face your fears, tears, hurtings, limiting beliefs, drives, dreams and needs.

To find purpose in your career, to find out what is really important to you, can be rather like jumping into deep and very cold water. Brrrrrrr! Unfortunately, it isn’t done just by completing a checklist or doing an online test and hey, then you know. It doesn’t work like that at all. The MOCO workshop is not about bungee jumping, rock-climbing or jumping into deep, cold water. It is about silence and going beyond your limiting beliefs and fears – in a soft and mindful way.

This intensive Career Orientation workshop of either 4 or 7 days (next date: Wednesday, October 15 – Sunday, October 19th) will focus on ‘How to discover my talents and competencies inline with the purpose in my career? How to fulfill my potential? Find ways to gain insight into your dreams, passions, values, needs, priorities and expectations by answering given questions, doing set exercises and performing assessments.

More details after a free online orientation session. Please sign up through the contact form on the website.


 

Sign up for a free Skype orientation session with the expert in expat careers. Global online career and job orientation: whenever – wherever you are; in English, German or Dutch.

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‘I can’t believe THAT!’ said Alice

‘Can’t you?’ the Queen said in a pitying tone. ‘Try again: draw a long breath, and shut your eyes.’

Alice laughed. ‘There’s no use trying,’ she said ‘one can’t believe impossible things.’

I daresay you haven’t had much practice,’ said the Queen. ‘When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast’.

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