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Jumping from Planes and Ladders: Midlife Career Change

By Dr Rob Handelman, Psy.D. “Midlife is when you reach the top of the ladder and find that it was against the wrong wall.” Joseph Campbell If this quote rings at all true, and if…

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Why Conversational Culture Matters to You

by Dr Rachel Collis When you are thinking about career change it is important to get a sense of clarity around yourself (your strengths, values, purpose etc.) and also the work environments that works best…

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The Incredible Tale of Leicester City…and the (Limited) Power of Thinking

“Following today’s devastating result for the national team, I take full responsibility for the most unfortunate choice of coach, which has resulted in such a poor image of the national team being put before the…

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Thoughts vs Values in Career Change

 by Ross McIntosh When I left the Civil Service in early 2014 I attended a course called “Cartooning for Communicators” which was one of those truly liberating experiences life occasionally offers us. From that, I…

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The Hard Thing about Hard Choices

Every now and again I come across something that reinvigorates me and makes me determined to redouble what we’re trying to do at The Career Psychologist.  This video is one of those things. The thing…

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How Did You Get Stuck? Gradually then Suddenly.

In Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises one character asks: How did you go bankrupt?” “Two ways, gradually then suddenly” comes the reply. And in a nutshell that explains how so many of us get…

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