Are you feeling so down that you can’t get moving to find a better job? Are you trying to figure out what is next in your life? Do you panic and no-show an interview? As a parent lying in bed at night, are you’re worried about how to help your son or daughter with AD/HD or Asperger’s who wants to live on campus at college? Can you even get them out of their room?
Maybe you feel like your boss does not appreciate you at work? Are you thinking about just quitting but you’re stuck because you need the money? Are you a single parent, awake all night worried about how to make ends meet? Perhaps, you have been applying but you only have a few interviews? It can also be frustrating to feel like you’re not making much progress. You may feel like you’re barely hanging on. It begins to make you doubt yourself. You may wonder, “What’s wrong with me? Why won’t anyone hire me?”
Wouldn’t it be great to hear, “Yes!” from a future employer that is excited to use your skills? How about hearing how you deserve a raise or a promotion? Let’s break the cycle of you doubting yourself.
There are healthy ways to reduce your anxiety, increase social success, manage your time, and feel lessen the sadness that stops your career from moving forward.
I have been that single parent, worried about my job. I have also been that parent of a person with autism and stayed up all night worrying about the future. I’ve worked with over a thousand college students who live with anxiety, AD/HD, autism. or depression and helped them graduate at an area university. I also work with career launchers with Asperger’s and helped them start their careers. I help you turn your favorite interests and strengths and find several careers where you can succeed. Then you pick. I believe each person have unique, marketable talents that can earn you a living. I go at your own pace. Whether you are struggling with work, getting hired, college, or your future plans, we can work together. We can team up to develop a plan so that you can really shine.
If you would like to take the next steps, you can contact me for a free phone consultation (about 15 minutes) at 832.777.7464 or for more info, visit accessiblecareer.com. I have evening and weekend appointments available. Let’s get together within the next couple of days!