Are you busier than ever, but your job no longer excites you?

If you 

  • Find yourself doing more of the same every day.
  • Do not remember when you last felt challenged by your work. 
  • Feel no one seems to notice your efforts. 

You may be in a career rut and it is time to shake things up. 

What can you do?

The first step is to believe that you are accountable for your career. This belief empowers you to evaluate what is working, what is not, and what is in your control. 

Self-awareness and reflection are the first steps to break out of the career rut. I invite you to ask yourself questions about your –  

  • Aspiration – What do you aspire for in your career? What kind of problems do you want to solve? What type of colleagues do you want to work with? What kind of impact do you want to create?
  • Resources – Which of your current strengths support your career aspiration? What capabilities do you need to develop to achieve your aspiration? What resources do you need to develop required capabilities? Who will be your coach, mentors, and sponsors? 
  • Way forward – What is your action plan? What milestones will you track? What might get in your way? How will you circumvent the hurdles? How will you celebrate reaching your milestones? Whose feedback will you seek? Whose perception will you manage?
  • Boundaries – As you say ‘yes’ to your aspirations, what will you say ‘no’ to? These boundaries will help you make time and energy for your goals. 

If it seems complex, know that it is normal, and you do not have to do this alone. I invite you to consider working with a coach to break out of the career rut. A coach will help you develop the mindset and craft new strategies to create the impact you want in your career. 


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