You Are Not Alone
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You Are Not Alone

You are not alone. And there is hope. That is the message I want to share with you today.

If you’re stuck in a soul sucking job, wondering if you’ll ever find a meaningful career path, then you are not alone.

If you have a passionate desire to make a difference in the world – but feel held back by self doubt, fear, or uncertainty about what steps to take next – then you are not alone.

If you find yourself going through the motions, dreading going to work every single day, and wondering when things will ever change, then you are not alone.

If you wake up every morning and ask yourself – shouldn’t there more to life than this? – then you are not alone.

If you’ve followed the rules and made safe career choices and found that those haven’t gotten you where you wanted or expected, then you are not alone.

If you’re feeling anxious that you’ll reach the end of your life and regret that you denied yourself the opportunity to live the life you truly wanted, then you are not alone.

If your heart is no longer into your current career but you wonder how you’d ever do anything else, then you are not alone.

If you feel that life is passing you by, that you’re wasting your life in a meaningless job where nothing you do matters, then you are not alone.

If you’re at the crossroads of life, feeling stuck and overwhelmed by all of your options, unsure of what path to take, then you are not alone.

If you’re feeling frustrated or worried about whether or not you’ll ever find your way in life, then you are not alone.

If you’re feeling lost and without direction and starting to wonder if you really do have a life purpose, then you are not alone.

If you feel that a part of you is dying every single day and you’re worried about whether you’ll ever find your way in life, then you are not alone.

You are not alone.

Every single one of the statements above describes something that I personally felt or thought at some point in my life. 

I know firsthand how awful it is to be living that way, living with doubt and frustration and uncertainty and worry.

I know firsthand how awful it is to be waiting and wondering if things will ever change or if this is how your life will always be.

I know firsthand how awful it is to go into work every single day with a feeling of dread in my stomach.

The good news is that there is hope. It took a lot of hard work but I was able to find a meaningful career path that I love. And I know that you can too!

Because I know that you still have hope that your life can be different. Because I know you haven’t given up yet and are still fighting for something better. Because we both know that every single day is a new opportunity to find and create that meaningful career that you deeply desire.

And not only is there hope. There’s also help!

I believe in you, I want so much more for you in life, and I’m here to help you find that meaningful career path that you so richly deserve.

So I’ve put together a webinar that focuses on finding a meaningful career path based on the latest scientific research findings.

Please join me on Wednesday March 30th at 2pm Eastern Time (11am Pacific) for How to Find a Meaningful Career Path:Tips from Science on Finding a Career You’ll Love.

I hope to see you in the webinar. Let’s do this together!

Click here to reserve your space in the webinar


Ed Herzog

P.S. In case you’re wondering, here’s what I’ll be covering in the webinar:

  • The #1 Barrier to Finding a Meaningful Career Path
  • The 3 Pitfalls to Watch Out for When Looking for a Meaningful Career
  • The 7 Factors That Can Lead to a Meaningful Career (according to science)

You’ll also receive a free handout that will help you start planning your transition to a meaningful career.

Oh, and if you can’t attend the live webinar…just register and I’ll send you a link to the replay shortly afterwards.

Click here to claim your spot in the webinar


This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Ever so honest and so encouraging.
    Wonderful way to start the week after Easter. :)

    We are never alone. I also believe that. Even when we feel like we are, there are people who are going through the same situation. And there are still people for us.

    1. Thanks Lux, appreciate the kind comment! I think one of our biggest challenges is that when we’re struggling, we tend to pull away from others when what we really need is more connection with others.

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