The Silliness of Early Career Planning

coaching, education
I was invited last week to present on my current job and my career trajectory to my eldest daughter’s 10th-grade Civics and Careers class. Her class is divided into working groups and each of these is required to formally invite someone into the class to present on their career and the path they took to get there. At first I thought my daughter might be cheating a bit by asking her mom to do this, but I was won over when she told me: “But mom, I think your career trajectory is interesting. You used to be a professor and now you’re not; plus you’re a CAREER COACH, what isn’t perfect about that?” Awwww, flattery will get me every time. My daughter told me she thought my story was interesting…
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