Tell me if this sounds anything like you:
- You have a decent job, but yet, you still find yourself striving for the new next thing — a promotion or job change — something that feels more fulfilling, exciting, or a position that feels more aligned to your long-term goals.
- You’re a high achiever. From the outside looking in, things are great. You’ve worked your way into a position you’ve always dreamed of, but something just doesn’t feel right. You think, Who am I to complain? You feel guilty that you’re not satisfied with your career — a career that you know so many others would die for.
- You’re thinking, planning, networking, and hustling around your next steps but you have nothing to show for it except exhaustion.
So many of my clients come to me feeling unsatisfied in their careers, and they think that if they just change companies, switch professions, or put their head down and continue to hustle, they’ll one day find what they’re looking for.
But they don’t.
You see, changing the circumstances will never solve the problem. What needs to change are your thoughts.
Hi, I'm Jill Griffin,
a career and business coach.
I’ve spent my career driving impact, inspiration, and culture within global organizations and start-ups. I’ve led innovation, digital and media strategy, content development, and marketing programs for many of the world’s top brands.
Sounds exciting, right? It was!
But what if I told you that as soon I started to pick up steam in my career, I was involved in an accident that led to head trauma, forcing me to rethink, rework, and reboot my career and my life. The injury forced me to live on purpose, rather than in reaction.
It forced me to consider how much of an impact my thoughts played in creating my results.
And, it forced me to adjust my own career trajectory: While I still spent many years consulting with incredible brands like Coca Cola, Microsoft, Hilton Hotels, and Virgin America, I also became a certified coach passionate about helping others create fulfilling careers and lives.
You see, what you think shows up over and over again in your results. If accelerating your career only involved creating an action list and powering through it, you’d be able to do this work on your own. But it doesn’t.
You need to stop treating the symptom and start treating the problem.
My clients achieve results by doing the inner work necessary to get clear on what they want to create and then adjust their current belief system to make those results possible.
I truly believe that everyone has the power to change their results by changing their thoughts. I’ve been there. And I’m the coach who can accelerate your results by focusing on the core issue.