Debunking the ‘Perfect Career’ Myth

Do you find yourself always seeking more? Whether it be the newest technology, latest diet trends, the most recent fashions… and the list goes on.

We live in a world that is obsessed with perfection and always wanting more. We look for it in our careers and use the terms,”perfect career”,”dream job”, “ideal job”, etc to describe what we want.

This myth that there is a perfect career out there is false because perfection is an illusion. When I refer to illusion, I’m not just talking about a career that is free of flaws, but the idea that when we have something better, it will feel like utopia— we will have nothing to complain about or want nothing more.

I always tell my clients that even if they were to get a better job, they have create inner-happiness and choose external circumstances to foster it. Satisfaction comes from making the best of the circumstances at hand and changing the ones that no longer serve you.

I’ll be sharing more about the three most common career myths that hold us back and the three essential mindset shifts to propel your career change next week during my free Career Myths and Mindset Shifts workshop on Tuesday, June 14th at 8 PM MST.

It’s going to be virtual, interactive, and unlike a webinar because you’ll in engaging with the content throughout its entirety. To learn more and register, click here. I hope to see you there!