Many clients come to the realization that aspects of discovery are challenging and absorbing as depicted in the illustration below. This will require a great deal of autonomy and independence if you are to find the right information. It can be a draining experience to narrow options to one or two solid career choices. The ambiguity of not knowing exactly what you will be doing next in your career can torpedo productivity and force the discover process to a halt. Indecision may strike several times during the process, due to information overload.
As you can see in the picture above, you must do extensive research to end up with one definitive career choice. This process places stress on you because the process is truly designed so that you will choose one career path. If you are like many clients, you do not have the luxury of time to work in each new occupation to test your likeability factor. You must rely on judgment and instinct and invest time in sufficient research to lead you toward career satisfaction.