Johan Forslund was a consultant who was unsatisfied with his job and dreamed of becoming a developer. In our interview Johan shared some of his experiences and insights he gained from his career transition.
The unusual story and the unexpected results of a student who had the courage to stand in front of the London google office to score a job interview.
I didn’t realize that I had a career change tactic before an interview series with 52 career changes in early 2020. The interesting thing was, these interviewees didn’t know they had a tactic either.
Journal Prompt #12
I think I already shared with you that I changed careers and jobs way too often. What I didn’t understood until later was that the thing that drove me to change was a lack of purpose. I always hoped I find purpose in the next job, but I never did. “Follow your purpose” did not work for me. It was a chase that never ended.
Journal Prompt #11
How would you answer, “So, what do you do?” generally?
If the first thing that comes to mind is “what you do for a living,” chances are you are “enmeshed,” 🕸 Enmeshed is used by psychologists to describe when the boundaries between your job and your identity blur.
Journal Prompt #10
“Confidence is the difference between being inspired and getting started,” says Brittany Packnett Cunningham, who’s amazing TED talk I just watched.
Journal Prompt #9