I have one question for you.
Are you where you want to be in your career and personal life?
If the answer is, "yes," go to the next thing that interests you.
If the answer is "not really" or "I don't even think about what I want anymore," then you might want to think try to understand what you might be missing in your leadership and your career search - what other people see that you do not.
It is kind of scary looking at yourself from a different perspective. That's ok. You've already done a lot of firsts in your life. So have I.
First time married
First time divorced
First time as a single mom of four children
First time on welfare, food stamps, medical assistance, homeless and without an automobile
First time committing to not be a victim, owning my life and being the role model my children need
First CEO role I wasn’t qualified for on paper
First time raising $10.4 million on the heels of the largest hospital bankruptcy in US history
Often, I see clients put off important discussions with their bosses because they aren’t really sure how to structure them and fear they may come off as expecting too much and eventually feel rejected. This is unwise. A little preparation can earn you respect and what you want.
How to prepare for the meeting: