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Is Your Career In Alignment with Your Soul Desires?

Is Your Career In Alignment with Your Soul Desires?

How does it feel when your career is in alignment with your soul desires? It makes you wake up with excitement and anticipation for the day ahead! If you are not feeling this in your job or career, take a listen to this clip to get some ideas about how you can get on the path to a fulfilling career right now.

Having a career that is in alignment with your soul desires is rare.

Most people think it’s impossible. They don’t believe they can make money doing what they really love.

But, I know from personal experience and because of the clients I have worked with that it’s possible to make money doing ANYTHING!

When you start to ask yourself questions about how you can be true to yourself, you have begun the self love journey that will point you in the direction of your dream job.

Exploration is the key to manifesting a job or creating a career that is in alignment with your soul desires.

If you’re like most people, there are things you have been telling yourself you shouldn’t do, while telling yourself there are other things you should do that don’t light you up.

These shoulds and shouldn’ts are the echoes of others’ opinions and they are not conducive to you standing in your truth or manifesting your soul desires.

One instance where this type of shoulding on yourself may happen is when it involves negotiating a new position or responsibility with your boss.

I have had multiple clients tell me it’s just not something they do in their company.

But that often turns out to be an erroneous assumption.

So, don’t assume you have to leave your current job to carry out your self-discovery process.

And don’t assume you are going to be shut down because it may not be what others are expecting from you.

In fact, don’t assume anything!

Following are some of the ways I have helped clients negotiate in their current position, so they could stay where they were while exploring options for the unfolding of their future career path:

  • Negotiating a change in job description.
  • Straddling two departments within the same company.
  • Negotiating a raise.
  • Scaling back a position.
  • Initiating a job-share situation.

Once you are feeling more comfortable in your current position, you can then devote more energy to the exploration process on the side.

You can discover what lights you up. You can find the things that make you want to leap out of bed in the morning.

This is much easier to do when you have a steady income source.

This way you can include things you don’t get paid to do in your exploration, such as:

  • Volunteer in a field you are passionate about or are interested in learning more about.
  • Do an internship.
  • Take a class.
  • Join a group.
  • Mentor someone.
  • Ask to work on a project in your company (even if it’s in a completely different department).

And remember, if it sparks your interest, it’s worth delving deeper. So, make a commitment to explore ALL the avenues that spark your curiosity or ignite your passion.



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