Phase 3: Your Plan – Discovering Your Unique Core Themes

By now we’ve done a comprehensive examination of what you believe are the critical and important elements of your life. You have an objective assessment of your personality, communication style, cognitive abilities, primary interests, emotional intelligence, underlying needs and your acquired knowledge and experience. You are ready to create the work plan outline of your Core Themes with the help of your career counselor. 

Generally, it takes several drafts to come up with your actual list of 8-12 Core Themes. At this stage in your professional career development plan, significant family members are brought into the process in order to get their input and commitment to your Core Themes.

The Importance of Career Planning

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