18. How To Figure Out Your Next Career Move With Baily Hancock
I’m thrilled to introduce The Career Experiment creator and collaboration consultant, Baily Hancock. Baily is an entrepreneur and self-professed “multi-passionate” who had a quarter-life crisis and “pressed the explode button” on her traditional life in Florida and moved across the country to California to explore her curiosities and experiment with different career possibilities.
During her year and a half journey, Baily discovers that throughout her journey, from having a variety of random and odd jobs (all of which she had a blast doing), she had acquired the skills and knowledge needed to figure out her next step. Through self-reflection she identifies her deal breakers, motivators, passions, and values, which culminated in her latest endeavor, The Career Experiment.
Baily is a true teacher and firm believer in living your best life and helping people make the most of their lives. This episode is sure to incite the entrepreneur in us all and leave you thinking, “Is it time to lose my mind?”
- Shares about her quarter-life crisis and why it was important for her to move to California
- Spends a year and a half experimenting with things that seemed interesting that she hadn’t yet explore
- Discovers that the basic necessities during her transition was food and shelter…says everything else can be figured out
- Had a willingness to jump and hope for the best instead of remaining in her comfort zone
- Says the uncertainty and unknown, even during rough moments, excited her
- Talks about paralysis by analysis and how to overcome this
- Developed her new endeavor from having a unfulfilling job
- Believes calling and passions can be multifaceted and can be juggled simultaneously (offers tips on how)
- Speaks about having a “growth mind set”
- Offers three tips for someone who is trying to decide next career move
- Align your strengths to a role
- Align your passions and your interest to an industry
- Aligning your core motivators to a company culture
- Multi-passionates are great for companies
- Loves office supplies (dream job would be working for Rifle Paper Company)
- Motto: There’s no such things as getting stuck or making the wrong move
- It’s just about kinda just being open and honest with yourself along the way – Baily
- General Assembly
- Canva – create graphics + edit photos
- Career Guide for Multi-Passionates
- Urbanic Paper Boutique – store in LA
- Rifle Paper Company
- The Self Journal
- IDEO U
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