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Project BETTER.ME Redesigned Career Development

London, United Kingdom, December 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Project BETTER.ME takes an analytical approach to one of the most popular topics of the 21st century: Career Development. There are no articles to read. There is no secret to be revealed. Project BETTER.ME focuses instead on thought-provoking questions and visualizations of given answers, as a part of a virtual coaching process that enables individuals to make confident, informed decisions. The first product using this approach in career coaching is available now as Project Next Job.

”Why do so many people hate their jobs?"

This is the title of one of the popular topics on Quora, a question-and-answer website [1]. On the very day this article was written, it received 1,559,166 follows and 162,459 comments, which highlights the importance of the topic. For many, the problem is very real and still unsolved, and becomes even more important given the huge amount of time spent at work.

Unfortunately, there is no one answer that will resolve this problem for all. This is why the team at Project BETTER.ME decided to use professional coaching to help people find their own ways to happiness at work and in life.

What is professional coaching?

Coaching is now a very popular buzzword, and at the same time, is very often confused with mentoring, training, counseling, consulting, therapy or athletic development. So what is coaching, really?

“Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” [2] - International Coach Federation

Coaching is unique because it is advice-free. The coaching process enables the client to learn from their own decisions. The coach focuses on asking powerful questions that help the client to find what works best for themselves. The coach is responsible for the process and the client is responsible for introducing changes into their lives. These are the rules that defined the design of the first true e-coaching application: Project Next Job.

Project Next Job

Project Next Job is based on real one-on-one professional coaching sessions. Video and audio recordings guide the client through the entire coaching process. The program asks questions and visualizes given answers according to implemented algorithms. The algorithm is constructed in such a way to enable clients both to verify their own coherence and to discover new knowledge about themselves.

The project consists of 8 action steps, which make it clear what exactly has to be done to complete the overall goal – find a job that gives full satisfaction and fulfillment.

(Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDvO7BOVlaE)
(Photo: http://www.projectbetter.me/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Sean.jpg)
(Photo: http://www.projectbetter.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/JobSatisfactionScore2150.jpg)

Coaching Support

Reading books and articles about self-development is easy and pleasant, but rarely brings real changes in life. Changing habits is hard, requiring motivation, ability and trigger [3]. Project BETTER.ME uses professional coaching to support clients in finding their best motivations and abilities, acting also as the trigger to introduce effective changes in their lives.

Bogumił Stecki – founder of Project BETTER.ME – develops new ways of making the coaching process easier and more pleasant. The launch of Project Next Job is just the first step to bring coaching to the client’s home. For additional support, he also offers coaching via e-mail and Skype. New services are to be announced soon.

For more information please visit www.projectbetter.me

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Press contact:
Suzain Aguilar
E-mail : suzain.aguilar@projectbetter.me

References:
[1] - Quora www.quora.com
[2] - International Coach Federation www.coachfederation.org
[3] - BJ Fogg's Behavior Model www.behaviormodel.org
Contact Information
Project Better Me
Suzain Aguilar
+639175258713
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suzain1987@gmail.com

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