The morning is amazing, the sun is shining, and you come to your favorite job in a great mood. Your boss greets you strangely, nervously, tense as a string, and unexpectedly calls you into their office to announce that you are being fired…

Losing a job is one of the most intense human emotions on the stress scale. In terms of intensity, it is second only to divorce or the death of a loved one. Especially when it comes to termination.
Research has found that people most often lose their jobs:
  • Those who have unknowingly been living on autopilot, where work no longer brings them moral or material satisfaction. Sometimes this can be due to professional burnout.
  • Workaholics who identify their lives solely with their jobs, placing it at the top of their personal values hierarchy.

Often fate punishes us for such one-sidedness and presents an unexpected solution in the form of downsizing or rotations that lead to layoffs.

If you are experiencing professional burnout, it would be beneficial to reflect on what led to this burnout. The problem usually lies in the imbalance between the resources you input and the rewards you receive. We burn out when we expend more than we gain, including finances, time, and emotional well-being. What was missing in your previous job? Before seeking a new job, it’s necessary to answer these questions to avoid stepping into the same pitfalls again. A career coach can help you understand this and choose the right direction.
Another stereotype that makes us feel ashamed of being fired or downsized is the belief that if an organization is getting rid of you, it means you are a bad employee. However, often people are let go not because of their poor performance but due to toxic corporate culture, a misfit in that culture, uncovering something they shouldn’t know, their immediate boss fearing something, the need to hire a relative, changes in leadership, conflicts with colleagues, and much more.
In addition to the financial difficulties, we experience feelings of shame, insignificance, and self-doubt. It hurts and feels unfair. Allow yourself to experience these emotions, but don’t dwell on them for too long. Then shift your focus to thoughts on how to change the situation.

A career coach can help you understand this and choose the right direction.

In our collaboration, we will shift the focus from “loss” to “opportunity”!
Any termination, even from a beloved job, marks the beginning of a new stage in life.
At this moment, it is useful to conduct a so-called review of your competencies:
  • Was I valuable to the company?
  • Was I lazy or professionally burned out?
  • Did I neglect my responsibilities?
  • Maybe I reached my maximum potential and subconsciously relaxed, realizing that there was nothing more to strive for?
  • Do I have any shortcomings?
  • What are my strengths?
Choose the appropriate package and sign up for a Career Coaching session that will help you understand that there are no hopeless situations. You will discover what work genuinely interests you and evokes enthusiasm, and you will be able to prepare thoroughly for interviews.

One of the players of the Madrid football club “Real” was confined to a wheelchair for a whole year due to a ridiculous car accident. Eventually, he managed to stand up, but he had to say goodbye to his brilliant football career. “What should I do now? Besides football, I don’t know how to do anything!” tormented the former footballer. His friends advised him to try himself in the singing genre. And they were not mistaken.

Thus, the world was introduced to the brilliant Julio Iglesias.

And who will you become?


  • 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.