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Career Coaching

Do you know what you want to do with the rest of your life?
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Parent Coaching

Helping parents guide their children to becoming independent, confident and self-sufficient adults.
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Special Needs Coaching

Helping children and adults with special needs live successfully in a world that is often overwhelming for them.
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About Carol Millar

I’m Carol Millar, a career and life coach. My focus is working with teenagers and young adults who are looking for guidance in making what is one of the most important decisions they will ever make: choosing a career.

Do you know what you want to do with the rest of your life?

You’re close to or have already finished school. You may be thinking about further studies, or you may already be working towards a qualification. You may be finishing your studies and wondering “What next?”

Parent Coaching

Being the parent of a teenager is hard! Your role as a parent moves from one of instruction to providing guidance to a child who in many ways is growing away from you.

I love to take teens traveling!

For the past few years, I’ve been the South African representative for Rustic Pathways, an American organisation that runs teen travel adventure and community service tours in many parts of the world.

Latest Blog Posts

Financing your Tertiary Education
Financing your Tertiary Education
South Africa is home to many world-class universities and colleges, and you’re smart and want to get ahead in life.…
5 Easy steps to start the Career conversation with your teenager
5 Easy steps to start the Career conversation with your teenager
Career exploration is critical to helping your teen prepare for a successful future. 78% of high school students say parents…
Supporting and developing an Entrepreneurial mindset in your teenager
Supporting and developing an Entrepreneurial mindset in your teenager
Supporting and developing an Entrepreneurial mindset in your teenager With 56% of matriculants in South Africa not being able to…