Free Report: 7 Big Career Questions


Take charge of your career, work & job with these 7 questions

These questions cover your life, work satisfaction, career changer,  studying for a MBA, job hunting challenges,  interview and pay offers.


  1. What should I do with the rest of my life?                                                      
  2. I’m unhappy at work, what next?                                                                   
  3. How do I change careers?                                 
  4. Should I study for a MBA?                              
  5. I’ve been job hunting without success. What is going wrong?                      
  6. I apply for jobs & don’t even get the first interview. Why?                   
  7. I’ve been offered the position. Accept or negotiate for more?             

These questions are big for a reason: It matters to YOU. After 7 years of assisting individuals create their career success, I know this from questions at our events, online comments & e-mails. These questions matter…irrespective of whether you are a student, employee, professional, retired, 22/42/92, black, white, coloured, indian, blue, working in Jozi or Hout Bay. They don’t go away, it keeps coming back again and again. Finally, your responses to these questions & actions define your career, job & work success. The stakes are high – fulfilment, fame & fortune or disappointment & despair 

In this fast moving guide, I provide brief insights,  next action steps that you can take today & details of advanced resources.

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Free Report: 7 Big Career Questions

4 Responses

  1. The report is thought provoking. I found it did not apply so much to me, because I have been trying to get my business off-the-ground for some time. Job hunting has given way to looking for work. But I could relate to the negative issues – and the article helps put those in perspective.
    From an IT perspective, I COULD ASSIST in making the report look more high-tech. It is easy to grasp the concepts and that is a big plus that relates to lay-out and formatting – not just writting style.

    Nora Rasenti October 8, 2010 at 10:17 am #
  2. I am in the process of trying to plan the way forward in my career. I have been doing personality assessments and online career assessments and they all draw a conclusion I’ve always known: I will never be truly happy and gratified as long as I am working for someone else.

    So, with alot of soul-searching and bouncing ideas off others, I’ve realised that although I may make a good entrepreneur one day, I lack the business acumen and knowledge. So I’m going to spend 2011 aquiring that. I’ve decided to do a MAP course and am currently researching all the options and institutions.

    I think the next year needs to be about creating a clear road-map for my future and start working towards that. Gone are the days of just drifting and “going with the flow”.

    Rene Truter October 15, 2010 at 10:04 am #
  3. Thought provoking if you are contemplating a career change or even if you are just plain tired of your job.
    It makes you seriously consider if your choice is based on the right decisions.

    Asma Sheik November 18, 2010 at 12:11 pm #
  4. Great article, I have been job hunting for the past 8 months without any luck, at 46 maybe my age is against. I left my job of 11 years to go into a partnership that failed dismally due to fraud by my partner. I have started selling Herbalife products as an Independant Distributor for the past 6 months and although the going is slow I can see a path that if worked correctly could put food on the table. I have now put all my time and effort into this project to prevent seeking employment and all the disappointments of being turned down week in – week out.

    Farouk Naidoo December 22, 2010 at 7:06 am #

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