Tuesday, March 5, 2013


An expert in the field of career development, John Krumboltz out of Stanford, believed that one of the most important things we could do for a client was to train that person how to generate activities that produced beneficial, unplanned events. We rarely know what we are going to do at age 18 or after college. We start down one path and end up, very often, in unusually different worlds of work. I wouldn't have thought 30 years ago, that I would be a career counselor and yet it's my calling and passion. So, be open to trying new things, whether an activity or interest.

"In planning the future, it may be more
beneficial to think about the immediate future, asking instead,
 'What would be fun and helpful to try next?' "
Krumboltz , "Applying Happenstance"

Have a great week!         Marianne 


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