Career Decision Coaching™

What is it?

Is this for you?

Career Decision Coaching™ is aimed at

1. Identifying your ideal career direction, and

2. Giving you an outline of how to act on it.

The process I offer addresses core questions such as

  • What is my destiny?
  • What is my calling?
  • What is the best fit between my interests, capacities, and a job?

I help you come to a clear decision as to your future career direction.


If you are not satisfied that I have delivered on providing you with two ideal career paths, I won't charge you for the session.

How do I do it?

This is not just a technical process, it is a combination of a systematic exploration and a creative conclusion. We take a holistic approach, starting with a comprehensive picture of 'who you are', and ending with your ideal career.

How long does it take?

This is achieved in one session, of approximately 4 hours in length.

What does it cost?

The session, including all materials, costs $750. This is significantly less than most coaching consultations which usually charge around $300 for a single hour.


I am available for sessions via Skype. In the USA I am available to see clients in Los Angeles

However, this may be not be what you need.

Depending on what kind of obstacles you face, you may need therapy, coaching, or vocational guidance. See below for a comprehensive chart showing what is needed for each obstacle.

If it becomes clear in the session that you would be better served by another approach, I will put your interests first, and will suggest alternatives that specifically suit your needs

I can address some of these other obstacles - ones that require therapy, or coaching.

I do not offer vocational guidance (the selection and organising of courses, training, apprenticeships, or internships).

The procedure


Firstly read the disclosure statement here.

Then fill in the client enrolment form here.

Then we organise a session time



What we cover


The background of what work means to you - parental and family attitudes, your experiences of work - positive and negative.

Introducing a new model of the world of work

  • Exploring your values, the central things that drive your interest in work.
  • Exploring your dreams and inspiration. The sky is the limit!
  • Identifying preexisting limiting factors or freedoms.

Lifework planning

  • New models of putting work, education and leisure together. Its about your choice.
  • Exploring the question of quality of life in terms of education, and its link with work.
  • Introduction of the skill tree model and the connection with education and work.
  • Exploring the question of quality of life in terms of leisure, introducing new models of leisure, and looking at the relationship with your favourite skills.


Identifying preferred types of work activity in terms of a three letter code which points to a range of job possibilities. You can use this every time you look at a job to see if it suits.


  • Outlining different approaches to career choice: expert advice, occupational categories, experimentation, personality profiles, most enjoyed skills, income level, social conscience.
  • Identifying income parameters and preferred degree of responsibility

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What we cover – continued...

The 3 skill model

  • Introduction of the 3 skill model.
  • Identification of your preferred skills in each dimension.

Naming your career

  • Introducing a model of career change
  • Using the skills tree formula for converting skills and knowledges to jobs and fields.
  • Development of search questions for gathering information about career type.

How to find the ideal job

After arriving at your ideal career picture, we outline the subsequent step you can take yourself, or you may need further coaching support for implementation. We give you a range of resources that you can work through yourself, as well as places you can seek further support if needed.

  • Using the five targeting questions to focus
  • The swiss cheese theory: finding the perfect fit
  • Identifying criteria to narrow the focus for a job/place of employment
  • Doing research
  • Parallels with self employment
  • Developing a success team
  • Where identifying further training needs fits into the picture
  • The nature of a career plan & job hunt strategies
  • Job hunting methods
  • The use of contacts
  • Ultimate Individual Targets
  • Interviewing

Take Aways

You will receive a copy of each step we take, extra reading and reference materials to take away, and you will be emailed a record of the entire process and outcomes...

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