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© Carole Kanchier, PhD  March 12, 2020,m August, 2010

Never stop questioning!” Albert Einstein

 

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” — Albert Einstein

Most successful people share this quality. They’re always curious, search for answers to questions important to them.

Embrace childlike curiosity, pursue the things that interest you, strive to learn something new every day.

People like Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Leonardo da Vinci, Elon Musk, Galileo Galilei, Maria Montessori, Rosalind Franklin, The Wright Brothers… all varying in where and when they lived, all varying in interests, occupations, age, and gender… but all remarkable people prioritize the desire to learn, grow and make a contribution to the culture.

Questers, described in award-winning, Questers Dare to Change, redefines life career advancement, and shows how to continue learning, growing and navigating lifelong career decisions.

 

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Case studies of purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show readers how to empower themselves to manage lifelong personal, career, and spiritual growth.

Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz

Check audible Questers: https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

Questers Dare to Change answers many questions adults have about lifelong decision making and growth.

* Are you a Quester? Check Quester traits with self-scoring quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/

* Courage – A crucial skill in changing times

* Develop a lifelong master plan for career success

* Develop a winning mindset

* Understand how job dissatisfaction affects health and productivity

* Are you ready for a career shift?

* Overcome fear of failure

* Entry, mastery, and disengagement – Where are you?

* Find your truth – Complete self-scoring quizzes

… And so much more

I will be delighted to send a complementary PDF version of Questers for review, and be available for a consultation or speaking engagement at your request. Sample articles and bio are on my web site: www.questersdaretochange.com/blog.

Many thanks for sharing lifelong life career decision making and growth.

Carole Kanchier, PhD

carole@daretochange.com

www.questersdaretochange.com





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           Questers Dare to Change Shows How!

 

Many of us are learning that being at home, slowing down, sitting in peace and mediating, can be very productive and calming. This is a great time to review life career commitments, and explore other compatible options. Now is the time to think about how you want to live and what you want to do when this coronaviris challenge is over

So what do you want your life to look at when the world goes back to your new normal?

The 7 ed. of award-winning, Questers Dare to Change redefines life career advancement, and shows how to navigate lifelong career decision

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

Case studies of purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show readers how to empower themselves to manage lifelong personal, career, and spiritual growth.

Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz

Check audible Questers: https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

Individuals and organizations world wide benefit from Questers.  Questers Dare to Change answers many questions adults have about lifelong decision making and growth. 

* Are you a Quester? Check Quester traits with self-scoring quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/

* Courage – A crucial skill in changing times

* Develop a lifelong master plan for career success

* Develop a winning mindset

* Understand how job dissatisfaction affects health and productivity

* Are you ready for a career shift?

* Overcome fear of failure

* Entry, mastery, and disengagement – Where are you?

* Find your truth – Complete self-scoring quizzes

… And so much more

I will be delighted to send a complementary PDF version of Questers for review, and be available for a consultation or speaking engagement at your request. Sample articles/columns are on my web site: http://www.questersdaretochange.com

Best wishes,

Carole

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Can You Take a Risk?

Most successful people have learned to risk. The good feelings that result from taking a risk can be incredible. You see yourself as a survivor. You force yourself to grow by calling on abilities you haven’t used. Achieving your goal will enhance your sense of accomplishment, self-confidence and knowledge. This will enable you to move forward in today’s challenging times!

Are You a Risk Taker?

Answer “yes” or “no.”

1. I often wish people would be more definite.

2. When I want something, I’ll go out on a limb for it.

3. If the possible reward is very high, I would put money into a business that could fail.

4. I like to plan my activities.

5. I enjoy taking risks.

6. I prefer job challenge to job security.

7. I enjoy working on problems that have ambiguous answers.

8. I accept the possibility of failure.

9. It bothers me when something unexpected interrupts my routine.

10. I trust decisions I make spontaneously.

11. In games, I usually go for broke.

12. Once my mind is made up, that’s it.

13. I’m in favor of very strict enforcement of laws regardless of the consequences.

14. I try to avoid situations that have uncertain outcomes.

15. I would not borrow money for a business deal even if it might be profitable.

Scoring: 2 points for responding “yes” to each of the following statements: 2, 3, 5, 6,  7, 8, 10, and 11.

10 or higher suggests you enjoy taking risks. You are autonomous, like challenge, are confident, flexible and open to new experiences. However, if your score is 14 or more, your desire to risk may sometimes be extreme. 4 to 8 suggests you may be open to some new experiences, but are overly organized or rigid in other areas; 3 or lower, you prefer a secure, well-ordered lifestyle.

Develop your full potential. Take planned risks. Start today!

Take planned risks

— Make small changes first. This enables you to develop confidence and trust. You can then move on to more major decisions. Experiment with a different hair style or food. Change your routine. At work, offer new ways of tackling a job.

— Have a goal. A risk without a clear purpose can backfire. Focus on things you can change.  Have positive expectations, do your homework, know the pros and cons, and listen to your intuition.

— Believe in yourself. Affirm yourself. Replace any negative thoughts or statements with positive ones. Avoid phrases such as, “I can’t,” “I will never. …”

— Turn failure or crises into growth opportunities. Consider “failure” a temporary setback. Depersonalize setbacks. Learn from these. Ask yourself what you would do differently and then make the necessary modifications.

— Look upon something new as an exciting opportunity to challenge yourself andto grow. If you don’t try, how will you ever find out if you can do it?

— Balance tentativeness with commitment. Set goals but don’t write these in stone. Be open to new experiences.

— Establish a support group. Confide in and ask for help from supportive family or friends. Associate with positive people.

— Describe barriers that are blocking you from making a desired change. For example, Personal Barriers include fear of loss of a secure income; fear of failure (such as starting a new job); fear of what others will think; fear of success; and guilt that change might create family hardships.

Societal Barriers include old notions of “career”; outdated retirement policies; traditional gender roles; and blocks imposed by educational institutions, unions and professional associations.

— Complete the Fantasy Risk Exercise: Think of an important risk you would like to take.  What appeals to you about taking this risk? What would you gain?  What is frightening about this risk? What will you lose?  What’s the worst thing that could happen if it turned out badly? If the worst happened, what would you do?

Where could you get information to pursue this risk? From whom could you get support? What could you do to make this less risky? Less irreversible? 

If you broke the risk into small steps, what would the first step be? How soon could you take it? Do this for each step. Evaluate the outcome of the risk. Did it turn out as expected? If not, why? What have you learned?

Celebrate your success whether or not it turned out as expected. Gradually, you will see yourself as a risk taker.

Strengthen Quester traits

Questers, described in Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, show how to risk! http://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963    

Purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show how to empower yourself to manage lifelong personal, career, and spiritual growth. Please review sample blogs: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/blog/

Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz

Check audible Questers: https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

 Author Bio: Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist, coach and author of award winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life.  Kanchier has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz, University of Alberta, and other institutions of higher learning, and worked with clients representing many disciplines. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering, interdisciplinary approach to human potential.

 

Contact: carole@daretochange.com; carole@questersdaretochange.com; www.questersdaretochange.com

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Tips for Clarifying Career Goals – March 18, 2020

1. Know yourself

 Identify passion, interests, needs, skills, strengths and job tasks you want to perform on ideal job.

2. Explore options

Determine fit: read, interview workers on job, take part time work, courses.

3. Clarify goalUse intellect, intuition.

List options on the top of page; on side write important criteria like needs for creativity, security. Give each option rating of 1, 2,or 3. Also use intuition: ask dreams for guidance, meditate. journal. Answers will come.

4. Plan and act

Write action plan, outlining small steps and completion dates, activities and required resources. Expect success. Visualize self performing desired goal.

Questers Dare to Change offers additional suggestions for attaining desired goals. https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Review audible edition: htps://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

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Tips for Clarifying Career Goals – March 18, 2020

1. Know yourself

 Identify passion, interests, needs, skills, strengths and job tasks you want to perform deal job.

2. Explore options

Determine fit; read, interview, part time work, cours

3. Clarify goal. Use intellect, intuition.

List options on the top of page; on side write important criteria like needs for creativity, security. Give each option rating of 1, 2,or 3. Also use intuition: ask dreams for guidance, meditate. journal. Answers will come.

4. Plan and act

Write action plan, outlining small steps and completion dates, activities and required resources. Expect success. Visualize self performing desired goal.

Questers Dare to Change offers additional suggestions for attaining desired goals. https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Review audible edition: htps://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

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© Carole Kanchier, PhD

Take #TimeOut to Clarify #LifeCareer Goals

With events being cancelled across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic, it may be helpful to take time out to reassess personal and professional goals.

 

Know we will get through this challenging time. It’s a time for compassion, for supporting each other, and for re-evaluating who we are and what we want to do with our lives.

If you are wondering what to do with your life career, use guidelines Tina used when making decisions.

Award winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, by Dr Carole Kanchier, shows how to create your desired lifelong career: https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

Life career decision making strategies

Tina says: “I’m 32 and still haven’t found my passion. I have no drive. I want to do something creative but don’t know what that is.”

Tina’s questioning is normal andpsychologically healthy. It suggests she’s probably going through the Age-30 Transition, a time young adults 28 to 33 or older explore who they are and where they want to go.

Finding a satisfying career requires four steps with some backtracking: 1) know yourself; 2) explore options; 3) clarify a goal; and 4) develop a plan and go for it. Learn from Tina’s experience. Apply the decision-making process to your situation.

1. Know yourself

 Tina identified her passion, interests, needs, skills, strengths and job tasks she wanted to perform on her ideal job.

To define and articulate her passion, Tina recognized themes that emerged from completing the following: three personally rewarding accomplishments in any area of life; how she would occupy time if she were a billionaire; absorbing childhood activities; a prize she’d like to receive for being the world’s best; what she’d wear to a costume party; how she’d like colleagues to describe her; people she admired; when she’s energized; and whose job she’d want.

Themes that emerged from Tina’s responses were creative expression, learning/exploring and being helpful. Her mission statement was “to use creative expression to teach, help, entertain and motivate people.”

Tina’s expressed interests were in the fields of Visual and Written Arts (writer, broadcaster, set designer), Performing Arts, Marketing and Sales, and Management and Planning.

Tina also identified appealing industries. These includedhospitality, travel, publishing, broadcasting, entertainment and advertising. She thought, for example, that she could be a marketing or public relations manager for a hotel  chain, cruise ship line, fashion house or entertainment group.

Skills and strengths Tina wanted to use in her ideal job, included writing, motivating, designing programs, speaking, presenting, organizing, negotiating and persuading.

Needs which Tina ranked high included creativity, autonomy, intellectual stimulation, challenge, managing, helping and adventure. 

Job tasks Tina wanted to perform included writing, speaking, designing programs, performing, creating and organizing.

Tina’s personal qualities illustrated congruence. For example, her passion of creativity, learning and helping are in harmony with her interests, needs and skills. They involve creative expression, learning and working with people.

2. Explore options

Tina’s next step involved investigating compatible options. Tina enjoyed the process. She viewed it as shopping adventure. Before buying and outfit, she looked around to determine what was available. Then she tried it on, and if it fitted and looked good, she bought it.

Tina started her journey by perusing printed materials and the internet. Excellent sources included the Occupational Outlook Handbook, Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT), O*Net Online, National Occupational Classification (Canada), Occupational Classification System (US Government),  numerous other online and library resources.

Other sources included professional and business associations, shadowing professionals at work, volunteering, working part-time, and taking related courses. Questers Dare to Change showed Tina how to assess personal traits and analyze occupations to determine fit.

As Tina explored options of interest (public relations, broadcasting, writing, training, merchandising, marketing, managing) she narrowed them, using given guidelines.

3. Clarify goals and plan for success

To clarify her goal, Tina used both intellect and intuition.For an objective assessment, Tina listed options across the top of a page.On the side, she wrote important criteria such as passion and needs including creativity and autonomy.

She gave each option a rating of +1, 0 or -1, for each criterion. Adding her scores revealed that public relations and broadcasting had the same points.

For further clarification, Tina used her intuition. For example, she asked her dreams for guidance before falling asleep. Tina also meditated, walked in nature and journaled. Her decision came as she arose one morning.

4. Plan and act

Once Tina knew what she wanted, it was easier to focus on finding a position. She developed an action plan, and broke it down into small steps outlining completion dates, activities and required resources. Expecting success, she continually visualized herself performing her desired goal.

Tina knows that making good career decisions involves work, but the rewards are enormous. She’s energized, confident and passionately involved in her new job – publicist for a hotel chain.   

Consider applying the decision making process to your next career venture. What’s next for you?

Questers Dare to Change offers additional suggestions for clarifying and attaining desired life career goals. https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Based on ongoing research,the 7 edition of Questers Dare to Change redefines career success, andshows how to navigate lifelong career decisions.   

Review audible edition: htps://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

Please review sample book chapters and Carole’s blogs: http://www.questersdaretochange.com

Best wishes in your new career venture!

Author Bio: Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist, coach and author of award winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life.  Kanchier has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz, University of Alberta, and other institutions of higher learning. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering, interdisciplinary approach to human potential.
 
Contact: carole@daretochange.com; carole@questersdaretochange.com; www.questersdaretochange.com

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Never Stop Questioning

March 12, 2020

© Carole Kanchier, PhD  March 12, 2020

Never stop questioning!” Albert Einstein

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” — Albert Einstein


Many successful people share this quality. They’re always curious, search for answers to questions important to them.

Embrace childlike curiosity, pursue the things that interest you, strive to learn something new every day.


People like Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Leonardo da Vinci, Elon Musk, Galileo Galilei, Maria Montessori,Rosalind Franklin, The Wright Brothers… all varying in where and when they lived, all varying in interests, occupations, age, and gender… but all remarkable people prioritize the desire to learn, grow and make a contribution to the culture.

Questers, described in award-winning, Questers Dare to Change redefines life career advancement, and shows how to continue learning, growing and navigating lifelong career decision making.

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life

Case studies of purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show readers how to empower themselves to manage lifelong personal, career, and spiritual growth.

Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz

Check audible Questers: https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

 Questers Dare to Change answers many questions adults have about lifelong decision making and growth.

* Are you a Quester? Check Quester traits with self-scoring quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/

* Courage – A crucial skill in changing times

* Develop a lifelong master plan for career success

* Develop a winning mindset

* Understand how job dissatisfaction affects health and productivity

* Are you ready for a career shift?

* Overcome fear of failure

* Entry, mastery, and disengagement – Where are you?

* Find your truth – Complete self-scoring quizzes

… And so much more

I will be delighted to send a complementary PDF version of Questers for review, and be available for a consultation or speaking engagement at your request. Sample articles and bio are on my web site: www.questersdaretochange.com/blog.

Many thanks for sharing lifelong life career decision making and growth.

Carole Kanchier, PhD; carole@questersdaretochange.com; www.questersdaretochange.com

Author Bio: Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist, coach and author of Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life.  Kanchier has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz, University of Alberta, and other institutions of higher learning. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering, interdisciplinary approach to human potential.

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Please review sample book chapters: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/book/excerpts/ and

Carole’s blogs: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/blo

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Keep opinions to self. Don’t share personal problems.

– Clarify facts. Relay facts, not opinions.

– Give gossip a positive spin by restructuring negative story.

Award-winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, provides additional tips for advancing life career: https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

Check audio book: https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

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– Identify what’s important to you. State what success means to you.

– List proud accomplishments in any life area.

– Identify personality traits to strengthen.

Award-winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, provides additional tips for clarifying purpose: https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963

https://www.audible.com/pd/Questers-Dare-to-Change-Your-Job-and-Life-Audiobook/B07VZNKGJF?asin=B07VZNKGJF&ipRedirectOverride=true&overrideBaseCountry=true&pf_rd_p=34883c04-32e5-4474-a65d-0ba68f4635d3&pf_rd_r=TN801GRP49AWQSSYMDYC1

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Spring is a time for renewal and rebirth. Spring, a season of transformations, may be the time to dare yourself to make desired changes in your life career!

Award-winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life redefines the way we look at careers and work, and offers a master plan for career success. The 6th edition of Questers is available from amazon: (https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963O)

Case studies of purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show how to manage lifelong personal, career and spiritual growth.

Questers answer many questions adults have related to career and personal growth.

  •  Strengthen “Quester” traits to succeed. Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/
  •  Recognize and become who you were born to be
  •  Understand how job dissatisfaction affects health and productivity
  •  Determine whether you’re ready to make a career shift
  •  Overcome fear of failure
  •  Protect yourself from layoffs
  •  Grow in your current job
  •  Identify where you fit in the career and life cycles
  • … And so much more

I am available for interviews and consultations. A complementary pdf copy of Questers Dare to Change is available for review. My website provides sample articles and additional information:   www.questersdaretochange.com.

Many thanks for your interest and consideration. I look forward to exploring possibilities with you,

Kind regards,

Carole

Carole Kanchier, PhD carole@questersdaretochange.com: 403.695.9770

 Author Bio Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist and author of the award-winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, and the forthcoming Arouse the Force Within You!  She has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz and University of Alberta, and served as visiting fellow at Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, and other institutions of higher learning. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering, interdisciplinary approach to human potential.

       

 

 

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 Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life shows how!

The New Year is almost here, and many are still wondering what to do with their lives!

I would love to share my work on lifelong career, personal and spiritual growth with you.

Award winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, redefines how we look at careers and work, and inspires adults to take charge of their life careers. Questers is available from amazon: (https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963O)

Case studies of purposeful, growth oriented, Questers, quizzes, and guidelines show viewers how to manage lifelong growth and decision making. (Take the Quester Quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/)

Questers Dare to Change demonstrates how career transitions are linked to all areas of a person’s life. Questers’ stories, quizzes, and guidelines help readers understand how they grow and change through life, where they are in the career and life cycles, and how to create purposeful, growth-oriented lives.

Questers Dare to Change answers many questions adults have about lifelong career, personal, and spiritual growth.

  •  Are you a Quester? Check Quester traits with self-scoring quiz: http://www.questersdaretochange.com/services-2/quester-quiz/
  • Courage – A crucial skill in changing times
  • Develop a lifelong master plan for career success
  • Create your own luck – Develop a winning mindset
  • Understand how job dissatisfaction affects health and productivity
  • Are you ready for a career shift?
  • Overcome fear of failure
  • Know what’s in the cards for you
  • Entry, mastery, and disengagement – Where are you?
  • Find your truth – Complete self-scoring quizzes
  • … And so much more

Individuals world wide benefit from Questers Dare to Change.

Please request PDF version of Questers for review. Sample articles/columns are on my web site blog.questersdaretochange.com.

Many thanks for your interest and consideration. I look forward to exploring possibilities with you.

Kind regards,

Carole Kanchier, PhD; carole@questersdaretochange.com

Author Bio Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist and author of the award-winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life. Dr. Kanchier has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz and University of Alberta, and served as visiting fellow at Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, and other institutions of higher learning. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering interdisciplinary approach to human potential

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