You’re here to make big changes and big impact in the world.
But you sense there’s something more out there for you, a bigger contribution you could be making.
You know you’re on a journey, but where are you headed?
Unfold Your Road Map is perfect for you if you want to:
Figure out what you really want professionally
Feel less overwhelmed or stuck in your current job
- Know what the next steps in your career should be
Think of this as a mini coaching session that helps you develop manageable steps to create more meaningful work.
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Stories from actual users of Unfold Your Road Map:
“I completed Unfold Your Road Map to help me figure out which job might be the best match, but it’s actually shed some light on my personal life as well and what I do and don’t need to do to be happy.
Completing the steps really worked and gave me a concrete outcome. In less than an hour, I identified five touchstone values against which I can measure decisions and opportunities. Now either something matches my five concepts, or it doesn’t.
I now have some easy-to-remember nuggets of insight to guide me in making big and small decisions in my professional and personal life.“ — S.M., community health planner
“Unfold Your Road Map has been a real eye-opener for me.
After completing it and reflecting upon it, I have actually learned some new aspects about myself and where I plan to take my life.
Some of the questions I have never focused on before but now realize they play a role in self-directing my thoughts and actions.
Thanks for the wonderful and useful tool!” — C.W., doctoral student
“I was feeling discouraged by school and work and finding work in my field.
Unfold Your Road Map was there when I felt “ready”, and completing it has already helped me speak more honestly about why I want to do this work and articulate my goals more clearly.
The workbook structure was easy to use and really helped me find out more about myself and what is next for me.” – M.P., graduate student