Unsure of your
career path?

Understand What Your Perfect Career Looks Like, and Get a Personalised Roadmap to Make It Into a Reality

Tired of your job? Dread the thought of doing it for another 30 years?

Did You seem to just fall into your chosen career?

Did you pick a degree at university because you liked it but realise there are not many jobs? Did you choose a career path because it sounded fun and paid well but it turns out is really hard work and lots of stress?

do you not like your job and just see it as a way to pay bills?

Do you find your job boring or poorly paid, but you don't want to start over agin, or don't know how to start over again?

are you not sure how to get more interesting roles?

Do you want to change jobs? change careers? impress senior management? get that promotion? earn more money? but not sure how to go about it...?

i picked finance because i didn't know what else to do...

I studied Business at University and became an Accountant , not because I liked it, but because it was the safe option. It paid well and seemed like a good job. I had no clue about all the other career options open to me at the time.

I hated my job and found myself 'stuck' in a career i didn't want...

All through my 20's, I didn't like the finance jobs I was doing, and was always trying to get into more interesting roles. I constantly asked people for advice on how to get a job I would enjoy.

gradually I got more and more interesting roles...

I built up relationships with senior recruiters and successful people and learned how understand what the perfect career is for me.

Now I work as a Freelance Finance Consultant working for Multinational Companies on big projects, and really love my job....but it took 15 years of hard work to figure this all out!

Career Planning for 16-35 Year Olds: How To Visualise Your Ideal Career and the Practical Steps to Make it Happen

SECTION ONE: WHERE YOU ARE NOW?

  • Exercise 1) What Motivates You?
  • Exercise 2) What are Your Values?
  • Exercise 3) Feedback

SECTION Two: WHERE YOU want to get to?

  • Exercise 4) The Life I Want To Have 10 Years From Now
  • Exercise 5) Using the Process of Elimination
  • Exercise 6) Brainstorming Possible Jobs
  • Exercise 7) Whose Job Appeals to You?
  • Exercise 8) Career Path Inspiration
  • Exercise 9) Learn From Those Who Went Before You
  • Exercise 10) What Do I Want from My Next Role?
  • Exercise 11) Reverse Engineering Your CV

SECTION three: How to get there

  • Exercise 12) Who Can You Go to for Good Career Advice
  • Exercise 13) The Most Effective Ways to Progress Your Career
  • Exercise 14) Whether to Do an Extra Qualification?
  • Exercise 15) How to Impress
  • Exercise 16) How to Build Your Network
  • Exercise 17) Keywords
  • Exercise 18) Would You Get an Interview?
  • Exercise 19) Benchmarking
  • Exercise 20) CV Checklist
  • Exercise 21) Cover Letter Checklist
  • Exercise 22) How to Ensure You Do the Best Interview
  • Exercise 23) How to Manage Your Boss
  • Exercise 24) Evaluating Your Next Career Move
  • Exercise 25) Your One Page Career Plan

Frequently asked questions

Paul Murphy is a Freelance Finance Consultant who has spent the last 15 years figuring out how to get out of the boring finance jobs he was doing and into consulting for big multinational companies. 

He is a qualified Accountant (ICAI), Project Manager (Prince 2) and Programme Manager (MSP) who has worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Thomson Reuters, Eurostar, and GlaxoSmithKline to name a few.

He has also written a #1 Amazon Bestselling Book ‘1000 Years of Career Advice’ which interviews 100 graduates 10 years out of university about their career paths and advice for the younger generation. 

This course is a journey to help you understand 1) where you are right now in your career, 2) where you want to get to, and 3) the practically steps and tools to make that a reality. 

It is designed to tease the information out of the student who then completes the 25 downloadable fillable worksheets to give a highly personalised and practical roadmap detailing their ideal career.

Instead of endless slides and padded lectures, this is approx. two hours of no nonsense coaching to take you from being unsure of your career path to knowing exactly what you want and how to make it happen.

Two hours with any good coach will set you back at least £100, however I want to get this method out to as many young people as possible who are in the same position as I was, so I’m offering the course at half that – £49.99.

If so, you can take the mini ‘Career Planning for 16-35 Year Olds…..’ course for free. 

It contains 5 of the exercises from different sections of the full course. It should give you a feel for how much value there is in the full course containing 25 exercises.

You can avail of the 30 day money back guarantee!

what the students say...

I really enjoyed this course. I loved how organized it was, and the supporting worksheets that came with it were so useful. The instructor (Paul) is very engaging and the whole time you feel like he's having a real conversation with you. Thoroughly recommend to anyone trying to understand what they want to do for a career!
david hanrahan
Software Developer
The course seems to be geared towards students, graduates or someone early in their career. However, there are lots of really insightful exercises that would help people at any point in their career. I found out lots of new things about myself!
Shahini Nandula
Head of Fundraising, UK Charity
I found the information in this course to be very valuable, though provoking and based on practice, instead than theory. The videos are short, to the point and well made. At the end of the course I understood what I wanted from my career so much better! Great Course!
Amy Rigby
Solicitor
The downloadable worksheets make this course, they are practical step by step guides to help you understand your perfect career. Really well thought out course, very useful.
nick lawson
Business Graduate