Career planning aka making a buck has become so embedded with angst that we are rarely asked the old question: what is your gift. That used to be the only thing that mattered back when I was in high school. Teachers, guidance counselors, and even our peers noticed our gift and encouraged us in that direction. That's how we wound up with our major in college and, usually after a few wrong turns in the road, how we spent the next decades in the workplace.
Here at Genova Writing, Coaching and More, we help you return to your gift. The greatest fear in embracing what we're about is usually the conditioning that doing such-and-such involves risk. However, as Ken Binmore points out in GAME THEORY: A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION, "Rational people can have different attitudes to taking risks." The folks that deterred us from that road less or more traveled just might not share our idea about what risks are worth taking.