Receive a Free Career Path Discovery Video Are you living a purpose-driven life?  If not, it’s time to find out how you can! Receive a free video on the first steps in our proven Career Path Discovery method.

A survey carried out by Harris Interactive (2006) showed that over 80% of working people in the US do not have their “dream jobs”. This means that most people are in careers that they are not passionate about, and thus are not living purpose-driven lives.  At YourLifePurpose Limited, we tackle this problem in a systematic way that produces amazing results in four or less coaching sessions.  Here are the simple steps that we use in this process of helping you to discover your life purpose:

  • We assign you certain Psychometric assessments to complete at our Online Assessment Centre, the main one being the Vocational Style & Personality Assessment (VoSPA).
  • This assessment produces a report that lists your interests, intelligence types, values, and work-styles in descending order of scores, and then lists approximately eight to ten careers from the most up-to-date US Department of Labor’s career database that match your strengths.  The report is then used in the career coaching relationship as a starting point for your self-discovery regarding your career path and consequent “life purpose.”
  • We always follow up with you at the start of each session to see what progress was made on the action plan from the last session, and to keep things flowing in a positive direction until your final goal is achieved!  Read more details…

We are organizing the second series of Breakfast Seminars in the second half 2013 aimed at Secondary Schools and Businesses. The first one for Secondary Schools was held on Tuesday August 14, 2012 and was an overwhelming success. The second one for Business was held on Tuesday August 21, 2012 and again, there was standing room only! We will again highlight the value that Life & Career Coaching along with Psychometric assessments can bring to schools and businesses. You will see how the Coaching industry is transforming people and organizations at a profound level. Stay tuned for more details on series 2 of the breakfast seminars in the coming months!

The International Coach Federaions (ICF) a nonprofit organization formed by individual members-professionals who practice coaching, including Executive Coaches, Leadership Coaches, Life Coaches, and many more, from around the world.  Formed in 1995, today the ICF is the leading global organization, with over 21,000 members, dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high professional standards, providing independent certification, and building a network of credentialed coaches. We exist to support and advance the coaching profession through programs and standards supported by our members and to be an authoritative source on coaching information and research for the public.  The ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.  Click here to find out more about ICF.

“At the start of my Career Coaching sessions with Anthony, my aim was to find out what I wanted to study, and to figure out the career to start studying for my future. It was a very calming and interesting experience. It helped me greatly as I was confused in the beginning as what to study. It helped me with a few of my own life problems as well, which I did not expect it to. I would strongly recommend the Life & Career Coaching sessions that Anthony provides through his company YourLifePurpose Limited.” Click here to read more. Christian Landreth-Smith, March 12, 2014

“Having recently chosen to take a gap year preceding university, my main goal was not only to find a career which met my personal and educational requirements, but simply made me excited to imagine myself working there everyday for the rest of my life…From the moment I met Mr. Hadeed, I felt his warmth, and I knew he genuinely wanted to see me succeed…I was able to find a career which perfectly fit my personality and values…These sessions have the potential to be a life changing process… I promise you will gain a much needed drive to kick-start you down the perfect path towards meeting your optimum level of success and happiness!” Click here to read more. Kaeleigh De Silva, September 27, 2013

“My main goal at the start of my Career Coaching sessions with Anthony was to determine which career is best for me. When I initially began these sessions, I was very worried about my future as I had no real idea about what path was right for me…After doing research and the assessments conducted during the sessions…I choose a field of Engineering that I never gave real consideration to… In my opinion this was a great investment of my time…Anthony Hadeed is one of the nicest people you would ever meet.” Click here to read more. Jacob Wihby, September 28, 2013

“My goals at the start of my Career Coaching sessions with Mr. Hadeed were to determine my career path in life, and to discern whether the passion I have for a particular field was due to outside influences or whether it was a passion that I had embedded in me all along…Mr. Hadeed gave me insight into my relationships, values and emotions, which helped me to first determine who I am as a person. …His sessions helped me to not only make informed decisions but to be confident in my decision making. These sessions were invaluable, very empowering and I am glad I did them…” Click here to read more. Kim Mora, September 29, 2013

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Our Psychometric Tests
Here is the complete list of the Psychometric Assessments offered to our clients. As you will observe, the list is very extensive and covers a wide spectrum of assessments in the categories of (1) Career, (2) Personality, (3) Attitude & Lifestyle, (4) Intelligence, and (5) Relationships. Click on a tab below to find out more about the assessments in that category.
Vocational Style & Career Test: It is important to live a purpose-driven life and to find careers with which you are compatible, and ultimately enjoy doing. A career mismatch can lead to a great deal of frustration and unhappiness. Across all jobs and careers, it is clear that people who enjoy their work tend to be better at what they do. We take this principle as the premise of this assessment. Aiming to measure particular aspects of your values and preferences, and match you with careers that you would excel at, this assessment can help broaden your understanding of the available careers in today’s complex world. This assessment is the one we recommend most frequently from our Career category as it summarizes the careers that best suit your personality, values, work styles, and intelligence types.

Values Profile Test: Researchers have theorized that we all have some combination of six different values types, whether it is just one dominant value type, a combination of two or three, or some aspects of all six. Different value types may surface in different areas of a person’s life and in different situations. It is also important to remember that classification into one of these value types does not necessarily imply success and/or achievement in that realm (e.g. scoring high in Political values does not guarantee that a person would make a good politician). Instead, it means that a person highly appreciates and strives for that end-state – the value represents an ideal for them.

Career Advancement Profile: The Career Advancement Test is a tool that can be used to gauge whether you are ready to accept more responsibilities and challenges. If your score shows that you are at that point, you may be mentally equipped to move up to a higher level at work. Overall, it indicates that you feel emotionally and psychologically prepared to enter into a new, more challenging phase of your career and that you exhibit the attitude necessary to handle the move. This test, however, is only part of the equation – it won’t necessarily identify your skills and determine what kind of change you are best suited for. In order to make a decision about whether you are ready to move up, your past performance and repertoire of skills must also be considered.

Career Motivation Profile: The secret to thriving in a career is to pinpoint your personal motivators – the factors that will make you ready to tackle your work with enthusiasm, and to feel truly invigorated in your career. For some, it’s stability and recognition. For others, it may be the need to express themselves creatively, or to obtain power and prestige. What might drive one person may in fact stifle or bore another. This is why traditional approaches to employee motivation are not effective – everyone seeks different things in their careers.

Creativity and Problem-Solving Aptitude: Although logical thinking clearly has its place in the problem-solving process, it can be rather restrictive. Creative problem-solving is a method that involves using imagination in addition to cognitive techniques in order to provide a much more expansive and insightful view into the nature of a problem. Included in these results you will find your overall problem-solving score, your results on each of the sub-scales, your strengths and limitations and some helpful advice on how you can nurture and enhance this skill.

Concentration Ability Test: The ability to concentrate on a task and tune out our environment takes skill and practice. It can be difficult to prevent our mind from wandering when we’re bored or tired, so without the necessary self-discipline, a lot of problems can result. We all have the ability to focus – when we want to. Although we can’t force ourselves to love the things that bore us, we can learn to employ different techniques for improving our concentration skills.

Call Centre Customer Service Rep Test: This test will examine how well you are suited for a career as a Customer Service Call Centre Representative by providing an overview of the traits and skills required for a successful career in this field. Your overall suitability is measured by factors such as (1) People Skills including Listening Skills, Friendliness/Pleasantness, Social Insight, Helpfulness, Social Skills, Communication Skills, Assertiveness, Conflict Resolution Skills, and Patience; (2) Mental/Emotional Toughness including Performance under Pressure and being “Thick-skinned”; (3) Efficiency including Time Management, Organization Skills, Meticulousness, and Independence; (4) Cognitive Skills including Verbal/Reading Comprehension Skills, and Quick Thinking; and (5) Resourcefulness including Problem-solving, Computer Savvy, and Trainability.

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