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  • Jana Chapman


Updated: Oct 30

Our quizzes are officially live this week! We understand your schedules are packed, so we've kept these quizzes short, engaging, and yes, fun! We invite you to participate; these quizzes are not only a chance for us to learn more about you, but also an opportunity for self-discovery.

To kick things off, we're diving into a fundamental question: "Am I on the right career path?" While we acknowledge that a brief quiz can't fully explore this profound query, it serves as the first step in your journey of self-reflection. Each quiz you complete paints a little more of your unique picture, bringing us closer to unraveling the mysteries of what career fulfillment looks like to you.

So, what is career fulfillment? Well, the answer isn't so straightforward, but we believe the ideal career path aligns with your natural abilities, motivations, goals, and, yes, your experience. But let's dive in a little:

  • Natural abilities: your innate talents, the things that come effortlessly (or at least more easily) to you. Whether it's creative thinking or mastering new computer systems, these abilities not only boost your job performance but also infuse your work with a sense of enjoyment. Because let's face it, who doesn't relish excelling at their craft?

  • Motivations & Interests: and no, not your hobbies. It's about what fuels your energy, the tasks that leave you feeling invigorated rather than drained. Identifying these aspects can guide you towards a career path that harmonizes seamlessly with your passions, making work feel less like a chore and more like a fulfilling pursuit.

  • Goals & Aspirations: both professional and personal. Whether they involve financial milestones, family-related achievements, personal triumphs or your impact on the world, your career should propel you toward these goals or, at the very least, not hinder your progress. Evaluating whether your current path supports or obstructs your aspirations offers valuable insights into your overall career and life satisfaction.

  • Experience: this accumulates over time. But just because you've spent significant years in your field doesn't mean you're bound to that path forever. Some skills might not appear relevant at first glance, but there may be hidden connections between seemingly unrelated roles.

You might be curious about how you fare in your current journey. This is just the tip of the iceberg, but for now, let's focus on your own evaluation. How do you feel you rank up in your current career? Click here to take our "Are you on the right career path?" quiz. While it's all in good fun, it might offer you valuable insights into your path toward career fulfillment or prompt you to ponder alternative options.

Happy exploring!

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