Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom - Aristotle
When evaluating career paths, it can be tempting to look everywhere but inside of yourself for the answers.
If you’re asking “What career path should I pursue?” and want the world to curate an answer that’s specifically relevant to you, you'll likely be disappointed. Searching in this broad, unfocused, and generic manner will make you extremely overwhelmed, as occupational options are endless.
You know yourself better than anyone else. Use the tools in this 20-page guide to get better clarity on your values, interests, personality, and skills, and how those align with potential career paths. This resource also includes tools for conducting research on fields and how to create an action plan to move forward. The cost of all assessments used in the guide is included in this price.
My mission is to help exhausted professionals restore their energy, feel like their best selves, and do what they love. This mission permeates each area of my business. Whether it's supporting someone in making lifestyle changes to feel healthier, or guiding someone through the challenges of a job search to land a role that's a better fit, I have a passion for helping people go from overwhelmed to feeling confident and able to take action.
No matter what your goals are, I hope these guides and related posts I've written help you to feel the same way!
Cover Letter Writing Guide
Want to learn how to write effective cover letters and feel less frustrated in the process? This guide breaks down the common frustrations that come with cover letters (What's the point of them? What info do I include? How long should it be? How do I start?!) and give you tools to cut through writer's block.
I now use Aileen’s “Cover Writing Guide” every time I write a cover letter, and its the single best resource I’ve found in my job searching process. Honestly, she has unlocked the mystery for me in cover letter writing and more importantly, how to decipher a job description so you can really understand what the potential employer is looking for. Its like magic but way simpler! - Amanda, current client
"Tell me about yourself" and "What's a weakness of yours?" bring many interviewees into panic mode. Learn what information employers are actually looking to hear when they ask these questions, along with a simple but often forgotten tactic to nailing an interview.
The HR rep said he's been interviewing people for 15 years and I was the most prepared candidate he had ever interviewed! - Sheila, previous client
Want additional interview support? Read these two robust blog posts filled with tips:
Stress relieving actitivies you can do in under 5 minutes/day
All of this job searching have you stressed? Or perhaps you have a job you love but it's still not without stress, along with managing the responsibilities in other areas of your life. The tools in this guide are all scientifically proven to reduce stress.
Learn more about the impact stress has on your body, and how to protect your energy from stress-inducing people in the blog posts below.
holistic sleep strategies: 10 tips to improve your sleep
Over 40% of Americans are sleep-deprived, regardless of knowing how critical sleep is to our health. Some people simply need toreestablish their relationship with sleep by understanding common sleep disruptors and finding ways to support the process.
You may want to dig deeper into why your energy is low, separate from sleep: