Coaching For Professionals Is Helping Professional Women Find Career Happiness

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Coaching For Professionals is a career coaching company helping professional women get unstuck at work by re-defining career happiness

LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2022 / The Great Resignation has seen record numbers of people leaving their jobs after the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, employees are realizing how important it is to focus on ensuring you're in a role that brings you joy.

This is where career coaching company Coaching For Professionals comes in, by helping women identify the changes they need to make in their career to feel more fulfilled.

Dina Behrman Communications, Thursday, July 7, 2022, Press release picture
Dina Behrman Communications, Thursday, July 7, 2022, Press release picture

Understanding the Root Cause of the Demotivation

Firstly, it's crucial for professionals who are feeling demotivated at work to understand what is causing the negative feelings, so they can properly address them. The goal should always be to find a career that will make you happy and not something that will make you feel miserable three months in, after the 'honeymoon period' is over.

Getting Crystal Clear on What you Want

It's key that you are open and honest with yourself about what you really want so that you are intentional about getting it. You need to forget about what you should do and what you believe is possible, and really focus on what makes your heart beat with excitement.

Overcoming Fears and Doubts

It's important to identify every single thing you are afraid of when you think about making a change in your career. Remember that a fear is only a statement you got so used to thinking over and over again that now you believe it's true. So it's possible to overcome that fear by simply changing the narrative and programming your brain to think a little differently.

Having the Right Mindset to Attract and Achieve your Goals

Having the right mindset is so powerful. Positive attracts positive. So, if you're looking to improve your life or create a new reality with all the things that you dream about, you need to be focusing on things that bring you joy and not on negative elements that you want to eliminate.

Get the Right Support

Every journey needs the right level of support. Without the right support, it becomes much harder to achieve your goals as you won't have anyone to turn to when things get just a little bit too much! Beyond that, you need someone who can share knowledge with you when you start to feel lost.

Joana Fonseca Orvalho, founder of Coaching For Professionals, recently shared her personal story of how she found career happiness, as well as her tips and advice on how others can do the same, in the bestselling book Creating Joy: Changemakers Share Wisdom, Rituals & Practices For Living A Joy-Filled Life. The book featured 13 authors from across the globe, and hit multiple number 1 spots on the Amazon bestseller lists when it was published.

Joana's own career journey saw her transitioning from banker to career coach, working with professional women to get unstuck at work by re-defining career happiness and taking the reins of their future. She supports them in understanding what it is that they really want out of a career so that they can have a happy and fulfilling life all around; she also provides them with all the tools they need to make their dreams a reality.

She says: "It's important to keep in mind that re-defining career happiness doesn't necessarily mean a big shift in your current path; sometimes, it can mean just a small tweak to your current role, like a promotion or a change in responsibilities. However, you won't know what that looks like for you if you don't invest time into figuring it out."

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