Have you ever wondered where your career would have taken you, if it had been planned? Would you
have made the same decisions or mistakes that have found you where you currently sit on the
barometer of life?
When asked at school, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”, I am not sure that many of
us could have articulated a reasonable answer. Back in the late 60s and early 70s women were,
for the most part, designated a small range of career options: administration; retail; nursing; or
hairdressing. These are all worthy professions, but taking one of these paths meant that very few
women at that time attended university in the pursuit of a high-flying career. On the positive side,
we were able to leave school and virtually walk straight into a job, without many of the problems
that can arise when looking for employment today……….
Things are different nowadays, there are a plethora of choices, so if your career is not meeting your expectations, then perhaps this book is for you. It may just be the catalyst to kick-start your career so that you can navigate the process to achieve your own career aspirations.