What is your goal?

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Many people don’t have a career goal.  Do you?

Not having a goal is OK if you really don’t care where you end up.  But, even though it can be excruciatingly difficult, choosing really is important.  You know that saying, “Failing to plan is planning to fail”.  Especially when it comes to money and jobs.

And it is important to plan well.

You can’t just say that you want to be president of the United States and then not learn history or not study politics or not volunteer or not go into politics and run. Similarly you can’t say you want to discover a cure for cancer and then not do a degree in science, or a postdoc, or pay your dues at entry-level positions in bioscience companies.

So what do you want to accomplish in your career? What are the steps you need to take to get there? Is the job you’re contemplating going to take you closer or further away from that particular goal?

If you get halfway there you can still change directions. But if you never move in that direction you’re simply not going to get there.

Once you know what direction you want to move in, then I can help you take the next step.

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