In his speech at the Stanford commencement ceremony in 2005, Steve Jobs said:

“The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work, and the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, and don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking, don’t settle.”

Sometimes people think that career counseling and professional guidance are only necessary for high school students graduating from school. At most, it might be useful for university graduates who are just starting their careers. It’s seen as dull lectures by school psychologists, so there’s no point in paying attention to it…
But in today’s reality, career guidance becomes a necessity throughout our lives. The economy is becoming global, the modern workforce has different motivations, young people are less interested in material possessions, there is a growing concern for social and environmental issues, and the dynamics between employers and employees are changing. The speed of change within companies is increasing at an incredible pace. All of this requires workers to have certain skills and the ability to learn quickly, which was not required before.
That’s why career counseling has become our regular companion. In today’s rapidly changing world, it’s impossible to be fully prepared for everything in advance. We don’t even know how many professions will disappear in the next 15 years. As stated in a study conducted at Oxford, the number of jobs in developed countries will decrease by 47% over the next 15-20 years. Automation and technology will do their part. What should we do? How can we anticipate the right and interesting career path when the very nature of professions changes rapidly? This is where a career consultant can help.

Career counseling is a service for those who:

  • Are finishing school and want to determine where to apply and what to study.
  • Seek consultation or webinars on career orientation.
  • Are dissatisfied with their current job and would like to find a new one but don’t know where to start.
  • Need assistance in creating a new resume and preparing for interviews.
  • Want to switch to another company or change their field of work.
  • Set ambitious career goals or simply want to earn more.
  • Want to achieve career heights.
  • Have been affected by layoffs and are unsure of their next steps.
  • Want to find their true calling and unleash their potential.
  • Have outgrown their current position, but see no prospects for advancement.
  • Have become disillusioned with their profession but are afraid it’s too late to make a change.
  • Need advice on building a successful career.
If you have already received guidance on career orientation or have attended a webinar and prepared accordingly, you may need advice on resume writing or interview skills! Read about the available possibilities here.

Here are some of the daily questions I answer and can help with:

  • How can I create a resume that will grab attention and get me invited for an interview?
  • I have finished school/university, what should I do next? Where do I start?
  • How can I write a cover letter that stands out among others and appeals to employers?
  • Where and how can I find a job that I enjoy and pays well?
  • Is it possible to overcome fear and nervousness during interviews?
  • How should I behave during an interview to secure the job?
  • I have achieved everything in my current job, where should I go from here?
  • My department or I are facing layoffs, what should I do?
  • What should I do if I am being unfairly terminated?


  • For more than 15 years I have been involved in the management of various trading and financial companies, where the most important resource was and is a person!


  • Career coaching provides an answer to the question of how to build an effective career, find the job of your dreams, and increase your income.


  • You can participate in courses aimed at success, self-knowledge, self-realization, i.e., for the personal and professional development of the participants.