Defining Your Career Mission or…What’s Your Story?

I’ve been reading a tremendous book called “The Power of Story” by Jim Loehr. He talks at length about understanding what we all know to be true…well we know it at our core, that ultimately we are the writers of our story. The same is true in your Company of One. YOU can determine where your career ultimately ends up. Take the time to ask yourself questions about what you ultimately want out of your career and life and make sure they are in alignment with where you are and HOW you are acting today. When you identify the goal, the paths become clear…


About John Kalusa

A Career Management Thought Leader and creator of the "A Company of 1" approach to career management, development and mastery. Revolutionizing the way we approach our careers.
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2 Responses to Defining Your Career Mission or…What’s Your Story?

  1. gp says:


    This is a great post. It is so true and as a very “Good Book” I have read says “Where there is no Vision, the people perish”. I believe that you are right on the money with everything we do in life we need to have a vision and Identify our Goals for the season that we are in so that we can take the next step in the process to reach them. Thank you again for taking the time to write!!

    All My Best,

  2. Klaus says:

    Oh my goodness! Incredible article dude! Many thanks, However I am experiencing troubles with your RSS.
    I don’t know why I am unable to join it. Is there anybody else having the same RSS issues? Anybody who knows the answer will you kindly respond? Thanx!!

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