A professional partner
Updated: Jan 24
My career has transitioned several times from one sector to another. Throughout my aviation career, I was studying alongside my work, and now I work as an independent HR professional, Strengths Profiler, and a Career Coach. I love what I do, but it has taken me some time to get here.
My essence is however the same as before and the things that energize me. My core, which is singing, is a source of energy and travelling is embedded in my genes. I recently learned about a syndrome which I strongly relate to, called the PPP - Permanent Passport in Pocket syndrome 😉. I can honestly say that since I sing and travel less than I used to, I enjoy it, even more, when I do.
It is possible to have many careers in a lifetime and sometimes the transition is quite blurry and made without a conscious decision. I am thankful for all the different jobs I’ve had; they all have contributed to the person I am today. I however know I could have gotten here FASTER with a little help from a professional partner.
A professional partner can be a person you trust and look up to, someone who listens and guides you. It can also be a family member, mentor or a coach depending on who you surround your self with. In my case, a professional partner with PPP 😄.
Today I've become the professional partner which I felt was missing in my early career. I've become the coach that helps my clients cut through their challenges and overcome their problems. Make discoveries and break through their limiting beliefs. Having someone hold space for you like that is priceless. That is where the magic happens.