“ Michelle’s intuitive nature helps her connect at a deep level with her clients….”
We are all challenged by life in different ways.
- Are you in a career you are passionate about?
- Are you satisfied or is there more for you?
- Does your job fit your strengths and personality?
- Do you love your job but just need help developing skills and strategies to be the best version of yourself?
Raz ADHD Career Coaching
Finding the career of your dreams can be tough, it is even tougher for those of us who have executive function challenges that make it harder to concentrate and prioritize. At Raz Career Coaching, my specialty is working with people struggling with executive function challenges. As an executive function and ADHD career coach, I help you see the possibility in yourself and the success you can achieve; not the failure you may have experienced. I work one on one to help you manage your challenges in the work place or discover what your career path works best for you.
Let’s face it, life offers challenges to all of us in different ways. My goal is to help you find your passion and purpose in your current career path or future one with a step-by-step action plan. I give you tools and strategies to work around your challenges developing ways to be successful in your dream career. We focus on the positive of what makes you stand out from the rest of the crowd.
We dive in deep to discover your unique assets:
- Life experiences
- Skills & Aptitude
You will develop a self awareness which is the foundation to that defines your character, tenacity and edge that will influence your career path. Once we systematically go through your unique marketable qualities, we create an action plan for your next steps.
Just as you have an identity unique to you, so is your action steps to success.
Whether you are stuck deciding what is the best fit for you or you are contemplating a career change, Raz Coaching can help you find your passionate job that is meant just for you and your personality, interests, strengths and talents.
I have worked with people all of ages and each person’s career path is different. I have had clients that choose to start their own businesses and others who feel going back to college is the best route to fulfill their dream career. Some clients just need help to redefine their current career and develop strategies to manage their executive function challenges.
It is inspirational to witness real-life stories of people who have faced big life challenges and tasted success. Many of them start off feeling like failures after years of academic and career challenges. After discovering their life purpose and how to manage their executive function challenges, they excelled in careers that played to their strengths.
The journey to self-discovery was life-changing for each one of them. and I believe you can achieve the same success!
Helping people find solutions to their career development challenges is my personal purpose and dream career. Having found the mission that fulfills me through Raz Career Coaching, I am passionate about helping you find your purpose and the career that works for you.
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