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“What should I do with my life?”

Finding the right career path can be difficult, whether you are starting out or are a seasoned professional. You might be asking the wrong questions, career coach Alastair Creamer tells Ellen Tout. Meanwhile, Martha Roberts explains why she has decided to go back to the drawing board with work


Why can’t I decide what I want to do?’ – I hear this question all the time from my friends. I’m fortunate that, aged 26, after several years in jobs that were not what I really wanted, I found a role at Psychologies that plays to my strengths and matches my values. Many of my friends feel stuck in roles they simply fell into. They’ve been to university, maybe travelled a bit, had a couple of jobs, but now what?

Figuring this out can be daunting, so I spoke to Alastair Creamer, who founded Eyes Wide Opened, an organisation that provides careers courses and coaching. His belief is that you have the answers within you and simply need to whittle them out.

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