February’s book was Luck Is No Accident by John Krumboltz and Al S. Levin.career counselling, career coach, career coach brisbane, career counselling brisbane, brisbane career counselling, brisbane career coach.
I was curious about this book having learned about Happenstance theory a few years ago whilst completing my degree. This book is based around case studies demonstrating elements of Happenstance which made it a quick and easy read. It was a good reminder of how unplanned events will inevitably impact our careers and that every experience presents a learning opportunity.
A candid reminder that no matter our current circumstances, there is always a way forward to finding satisfying employment as long as we work hard and remain open-minded.
I’m an avid planner, so I don’t think I’ll be throwing away my business and career plans just yet, but this book certainly made me stop and think about how I could better integrate Happenstance theory into my own practice. A good refresher for career development practitioners if you subscribe to Happenstance theory and an interesting view for those seeking career advice. career counselling, career coach, career coach brisbane, career counselling brisbane, brisbane career counselling, brisbane career coach, career coaching, career advisor, career advice, career aspirations, career advice brisbane, job search, career decision making, interview skills, skype online, career guidance, career advancement, career advice australia, study, what to study.