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Today I’m excited to welcome Alison Cardy to The Quarter Life Comeback podcast.
Alison Cardy is a career change specialist who helps young adults navigate career crossroads and pivot to more fulfilling work.
But before taking on this role, Alison was an unhappy quarter lifer herself, stuck at a desk as an accountant. Rather than sitting there feeling miserable for herself, she decided to start trying different things that interested her.
Through this experimentation, Alison developed a love for coaching and helping others, which she now does in her career coaching practice.
This episode was a little different, as we used a case study throughout the interview to demonstrate how to apply the wisdom Alison shared. The interview is packed with actionable steps for figuring out what it is you ACTUALLY want to do, and then taking the steps to start making it happen.
“That gut feeling is a really good guidance” (Tweet this)
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:
- Why it’s so common to feel stuck in your career
- How to differentiate between knowing when to quit vs. giving up too early
- How to navigate a career crossroads (live case study)
- The 4 prongs of career exploration
- The quickest way to get more information about a job
- Alison’s thoughts on taking a gap year mid-career
RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
- Episode 35 with Dr Caitlin Faas
- Inside Jobs
- The Quarter-Life Breakthrough by Smiley Poswolsky
- Career Grease: How to Get Unstuck and Pivot Your Career
- Alison’s FREE 6-month career change e-course
Finally, you can hang out with Alison on the various social media channels below:
THANKS FOR LISTENING!
If you enjoyed this episode, shoot me a tweet @BryanTeare and let me know your biggest takeaways. Feel free to share it around with your friends so they can benefit from the podcast as well.
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Thanks again for joining me on the show, Alison, and for sharing your wisdom.
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