How to Push Through a Career Plateau (and Keep Climbing Higher)

melody wilding

Why do smart, driven people find themselves feeling stuck in their careers in spite of their skills and accomplishments?

Maybe work doesn’t feel meaningful anymore, or your industry has drastically changed, or your values and interests have evolved. It’s a common experience to feel trapped in a job you no longer love, but that still doesn’t make it any easier to handle when it’s happening to you.

When you find yourself at this difficult juncture in your life and career, what do you do?

Recently, I joined The Muse at their Question Your Way To the Top event in New York City for the launch of their new Coach Connect platform, which I’m honored to be part of as a Master Coach.

Here I share how to push through a career plateau, and keep climbing higher:

During the event, myself and a panel of coaches also shared how to make a jump to a new industry, how to find your passion (when you have no idea what your passion is), and more ways to get unstuck from a work rut:

I’m honored to be a Master Coach on The Muse’s new Coach Connect platform and I have a limited number of one-on-one coaching spots to exclusively work with clients there.

Whether you want to chat about changing careers, getting out of slump, gaining more confidence, or any other challenge you’re currently facing, I’d love to help get you back on track so you can crush your personal and career goals.

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Hi, I'm Melody

I help smart, sensitive high-achievers break free from imposter syndrome and overthinking so they can find the confidence to lead effectively.


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