Entries Tagged as 'Career Coaching'

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) Applied To Career Coaching and Pathfinding

We, at A Path That Fits, are very excited to have a new pathfinding coach on our team. Govinda Bader is a career coach and psychotherapist who loves helping people find and express their unique talents in the world. Govinda brings expertise in a method of psychotherapy called Internal Family Systems that we’ve found to […]

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Do other people see your value? [Career Lesson #2]

This is the second email in the series of career lessons inspired by my recent trip to India. On the night of the wedding, my sister and I got dropped off at a sprawling outdoor venue (see pictures) by a driver that we’d never met. Immediately intoxicated by the sights, sounds, and smells of the […]

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Setting Goals Doesn’t Always Work. Find Out What Does.

Hey, it’s me, Adrian. You haven’t heard from me in a while but good things have been happening. For one, I’m going to be rejuvenating this blog and filling it with coaching insights and activities that better support you in finding your path and living it fully. Why Setting Goals Doesn’t Always Work We’ve all […]

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Why Generation Y Is Unhappy

Check out this interesting blog post about why Generation Y is unhappy. While I don’t agree with every word of it, I did think it provided an interesting perspective on some of the bigger societal forces affecting Gen Y.

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

It’s Simple… Do What You Like Doing

This a short video with a powerful perspective on finding meaning in work and happiness in life. Check it out here * * If the link to video is broken, try doing a search for “What If Money Was No Object Alan Watts.” It’s about 3 minutes long. The video is often removed for copyright […]

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

What Are You Going To Do With That by William Deresiewicz

This is a wonderfully articulated essay by William Deresiewicz about finding your own path, living a meaningful life, and everything that gets in the way. Enjoy it… you’ve probably been feeling the same way. http://chronicle.com/article/What-Are-You-Going-to-Do-With/124651/

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

The Big Secret To Finding Your Path

I see a lot of email subject lines and marketing materials that claim to reveal a “secret.” I find this trend a bit annoying because the “secret” that is revealed is usually something that I already know. So, I was careful in making the claim to share, “The Big Secret To Finding Your Path.” In […]

Monday, April 4th, 2011

My Transoceanic Midlife Crisis

Well… not my (Adrian’s) transoceanic midlife crisis. This unique midlife crisis belongs to a courageous woman named Roz Savage. She left her career as a management consultant, her husband, and her life as she knew it to have a crazy adventure that set her free to find a new path. You can read her inspiring […]

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

Graduate Degree Fair for the Public Good

Idealist.org is putting on a Graduate Degree Fair for anyone that is interested in exploring educational opportunities that will lead to career paths that have a positive social impact. I wanted to share this resource with my clients and blog readers as a great opportunity for you to explore what’s out there in the “make […]

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Two Secrets To Discovering Your Strengths

Strengths are a fundamental part of a career path that fits. Whether you are in the process of making a career change or committed to your current career path, aligning your work with your strengths will lead to greater fulfillment and success.