When it comes to career, do you feel like you simply have too many options? Did you believe so fully in the "you can do anything" mantra of childhood that you don't know how to let it go?
Can you think of a ton of things you could imagine yourself doing, but can't figure out how you'll ever pick just ONE?
I get it. I felt the same way.
And so do many of my college students and coaching clients. In fact, it's one of the most common questions I hear.
Yet we all know we have to narrow it down. We can't be a doctor AND a professional musician AND a world-class artist AND a entrepreneur.
At least not while staying sane!
So HOW do we do choose?
Here are my four steps for overcoming career choice overload and the dreaded paralysis that accompanies it. (Hint: Your logical brain is probably putting options out there that you don't truly want.)
After you watch, I want to hear from you: What strategy do YOU use to overcome career choice overload?