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For many people, career is what defines a very large portion of their daily life and even their identity. Many people struggle when it comes to career, training for jobs that make better money perhaps at the cost of personal fulfillment. Still others don't fully consider all the aspects of certain positions. If Jane is someone who loves to travel and who thrives on change and different challenges, an accounting job in a cubicle somewhere will stifle her soul energy. On the other hand, if you have someone who needs more structure and thrives on a more set schedule, knowing exactly what is expected of them, training for a career that involves a lot of travel and unpredictable variables will create high levels of stress and anxiety.
Many jobs create a great deal of restriction and others have so much freedom there is no real structure at all. Some jobs are very creative and artistic whereas others are strictly analytical and structured, while others blend both easily. There are so many variants to consider when choosing a career path(s) and for that reason I developed a career spread several years ago that encompasses all of these areas.
I felt that in order to get a good handle on the ideal career path it would be important to look at the questioners natural talents and personal strengths as well as their challenges and problem areas. It's important to look at ways to use the most of one's potential while avoiding career paths that will stifle them or cause them stress.
This spread can be used to look into the questioners current career path or a new potential career path . The position meanings are listed below. You can place them left to right or in a manner that has meaning to you.
Position 1: Focus: Where you are now and what surrounds your current situation.
Position 2: Ambition: What motivates your career concerns? Highlights drive and initiative, the mindset behind current circumstances.
Position 3: Goals: This card highlights your long-term goals, what you need to in order to feel fulfilled within your career.
Position 4: Talents and Strengths: This card highlights your hidden or not so hidden talents, your greatest personal strengths that can be taken into your career.
Position 5: Current Challenges & Obstacles: this card highlights present challenges and/or obstacles to your goals, things to grow through, or help you to make the decision to move in a new direction.
Position 6: What direction can I take to make the best use of my fullest potential? An action plan to get you moving in the right direction
Position 7: Hidden Aspects: This card highlights anything that needs to be brought to light that the querrent may be unaware of at present.
Position 8: Near Future Influences: This card highlights choices and influences likely to occur within the next 6 months
Position 9: Summation: This card is an overview of all the other positions designed to pull the reading together and highlight courses of action and key points to stay focused on.
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