The person does not understand what he or she wants.
The person knows what he or she wants but does not believe that the goal is achievable.
There is the general image of a career strategy in person’s head, but he or she does not invest any time or effort in its implementation.
There is a strategy and the person understands what he or she wants to achieve by a certain date, but there is no understanding of what to do tomorrow and every next day after that.
There is a strategy and there is an understanding of what the person wants, but he or she does not understand what competencies must be acquired for this and how to do it.
The person understands what he or she wants but does not have the motivation to achieve everyday results. The person wants all at once.
There is a strategy and person's goals are clear, but the person is incapable of implementing them (no skills, talent, or knowledge). Desires and opportunities do not match.
The career strategy takes into account individual's desires but does not take into account the market situation. The desires and the needs of the market do not match.
The career strategy of the person is correctly presented based on the current situation on the market, but it is not future-oriented and the person does not know what will happen to the market in 3-5 years.
The strategy of the person is the answer to the next market challenge, it does not have an unusual solution that makes it more successful than others for a long time (longer than the next crisis), and maybe forever.