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How many close friendships do you have? We’re talking the never-ever ending, always has your back, could call them in the middle of the night and they’d answer kind of friendships. Whether your deepest bond is with your sibling, a childhood friend, or a co-worker–who’s your bestie? And the harder question is, do you even have one?
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"Being able to use all of my cumulative wisdom to help people achieve their dreams is fantastic." Wendy Braitman, a graduate of iPEC, was recently featured on The Today Show! She shared about her journey to becoming a career transition coach after her long-time career in the entertainment industry was cut short.
Two powerful words: fear and doubt. For prospective coaching students, it’s often the fear of starting something new and unfamiliar, as well as the doubt in one’s own ability to be successful. These two overwhelming emotions can hold you back from taking the necessary steps to live out your purpose as a professional coach. Fortunately, there’s a remedy for fear and doubt, and that is knowledge.
The famous and brilliant Albert Einstein once said, “Time is an illusion.” For most of us, however, time is a precious commodity. And when you’re stuck in a job that doesn’t bring you fulfillment or joy, it can feel like every minute is an eternity. That’s why one of the greatest concerns for prospective coaching students is how long it will take to complete a training program and earn their certification. We get it: You’re out there thinking about the future and wondering just how close you are to the goals you see in the distance. As you plan ahead, consider all the factors, and get honest with yourself about whether the journey toward becoming a professional coach is the right one for you; it’s only natural to question the amount of time it’ll take to make your dream a reality.
So you’re thinking about quitting. Whether it’s a job, a lifestyle, or a relationship—quitting, even when it’s right, is rarely easy. Below is a simple, three-step process that can help you to uncover if it’s time to walk away so you can start a new chapter.