Sital Ruparelia Interview – How To Love Your Job Whilst You Find The Job You Love

Posted on March 18th, 2010 by Colin and is posted in Career, Interviews

                                                                  Sital Ruparelia Interview – How To Love Your Job Whilst You Find The Job You Love                                

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(40 minute interview)

Here is an inspiring, uplifting and highly-educational interview with all round good guy Sital Ruparelia.

Sital is Career Coach working with individuals and Talent Management Expert who consults with organisations. With his career hat on, Sital is a regular expert on BBC radio and a guest writer for a nunber of leading online career sites in the UK and North America.

In this interview, he talks about:

  • How to understand what’s missing
  • The key ingredients that make work meaningful
  • How to identify what you are naturally gifted at
  • How to find value in the work you do
  • How to have the right conversation with your boss
  • And much more…

Here are 3 articles from Sital’s blog that relate to what we discussed on the interview:

What’s Your Unique Talent

Career Changers: What Do You Do When No One’s Looking?

3 Ways To Get Passionate About Your Work

Here is the link to the special report titled: “The Top 10 Career Mistakes To Avoid”

Speak your mind! Leave a comment and let us know what questions you would like Sital to answer on the next interview.

You can catch up with Sital at

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    Take a look at some of the responses we have had to this article.

    1. Jo
      May 9th

      When you tell people you’re unhappy the common reply is “change jobs” or “change careers” – but that’s not always practical for us all.

      So it’s refreshing to hear such practical advice on getting out of a rut without having to make huge changes.

      Thank you and look forward to future updates on this theme
      .-= Jo´s last blog ..How To Transition From Success To Significance =-.

    2. Colin
      May 10th

      Hi Jo,
      Thanks for the feedback and I’m all for getting out of ruts. As someone once said, a rut is just a grave with the ends kicked out!

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