Jesse Janelle, Director of Coaching
ACC certified career and life coach who helps high-vibe, high-achievers design their work around their life. Mom of 3.
on this episode
Jesse Janelle has gotten really great at making career changes. In fact, she’s had over 32 jobs! She learned throughout her journey that by defining the areas she enjoyed in each of her past roles and carrying those into the next iteration of her career, she’s been able to pivot into roles that fit her better and better.
All of this experimentation led her to become a career and life coach. Who better than someone who’s had almost 3 dozen jobs!? In this episode, Jesse discusses her career pivots and how she ignored what society would tell her she “should do” and paid attention to what she enjoyed doing and what came naturally to her.
What you’ll learn
- How to find your ideal career by dissecting pieces of your past roles
- How to say no when you need to uphold your boundaries
- How to craft the best version of your career story when job hunting
- The importance of finding common threads between your roles, especially when switching industries
I think one of the reasons the podcast has been so helpful to me is because you talk to people in different roles, and all of a sudden I have exposure to people in different roles. Talking about why they got there and what they like about it.
The hardest part was getting overfitting myself into a job board. Because after about a decade of following job boards and what careers were trending in on the uprise, you really get in this holding pattern of not acknowledging what you want. It was you and your podcast and your CCB program. So, more background, I went through your CCB program a year ago. But, I finished it less than a year ago. And some of the tools are you have us design this ideal career profile. And so, you make us acknowledge all of these different aspects and put it together in one sheet. And so, it really visually lays it out that you can combine them.
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