Y-Path does not give up.

Our counselors will never stop looking for a solution that is best suited for you. We work with you to figure out ways, innovatively, through which you can work abroad. Y-Path offers a complete roadmap that helps you identify the skills, certifications, mindset and experiences you need in order to become a successful globally mobile professional. The 10 stages: We believe every individual undergoes a journey of personal transformation before they can truly become a global professional. These 10 Stages are the guiding principles of our methodology. Your Y-Path experience is tailored-made, based on stages of personal growth you are presently in.

The 10 Stages of your Y-Path Experience

We believe every individual undergoes a journey of personal transformation before they can truly become an expat. These 10 Stages are the guiding principles of our methodology. Your Y-Path experience is tailored based on which of these stages of personal growth you are presently in.

  • Enlighten
  • Envision
  • Empower
  • Enrich
  • Evolve
  • Express
  • Entitle
  • Embark
  • Exist
  • Expat

Before anything else, enlighten yourself about your own capabilities and potential and what the world has to offer to you.

You Must

  • Get a self-evaluation done.
  • Know your strengths and areas of development.
  • Know your opportunities and threats.
  • Know your options.
  • Know your resources.

ask yourself

  • Who am I ?

  • What can I do ?

  • Where should I go ?

  • How Should I do it ?

You need to envision your future. You need to picture the end-goal. You need to visualize and internalize the journey.

Your mind

  • Your mind
  • Your time
  • Your money and
  • Your effort

ask yourself

  • Am I able to imagine
    myself abroad?

  • With a job that pays well,
    will it make me happy?

  • With a house
    and a car?

  • With new friends from
    around the world?

Empower yourself with a solid foundation: knowledge, experience and wisdom. Make yourself a capital asset that is capable of learning, being adaptable, solving problems & empowering curiosity.

The most essential three es:

  • Education
  • Experience
  • Exposure

ask yourself

  • How can I get the THREE Es
    in my formative years?

  • Is there any way I can
    enhance my THREE Es?

Enrich yourself by improving your language and cultural sensitivity ; developing a deeper understanding of your work and pursuing perfection within costs and time constraints.

the keys that open new doors and friendships.

  • Keep upgrading your English, your communication and presentation skills
  • Your cultural sensitivity
  • Fine-tune your Expertise
  • Pursue Excellence

ask yourself

  • Are my communication
    skills mature enough?

  • Am I becoming an expert? Or am
    I stagnating as a generalist?

  • How can I become
    perfect in what I do?

  • How can I become
    world-class?

Keep evolving to the skills you would be best at. Abandon anything or any place that holds you back. Do you want to transform yourself from your current role to a Specialist, Manager or Entrepreneur?

Points to consider :

  • Transform to become a Specialist, Manager & Entrepreneur.
  • Decide on changing your job, role, boss, department, company, city, country.

ask yourself

  • What do you want to
    become?

  • What is the change
    you seek?

  • Do you want to transform yourself from your current role of a Specialist, Manager or Entrepreneur to someone else?

Express yourself professionally everyday. Flaunt your skills, your expertise, your feathers. Build your personal brand and become visible to the market.

Action items :

  • Create your resume in traditional and contemporary media formats.
  • Update your profile on social networks.

ask yourself

  • Do I have a resume?

  • How can I make myself?

  • Is my profile on
    LinkedIn updated?

  • How do I look on
    Facebook?

  • How can I build a
    personal brand?

Don’t lose the chance to get all that you are legally entitled to – through mere paperwork. It will remain with you for a lifetime and possibly for your future generations too. Apply on time before its too late.

Action item :

  • Get your documentation in order and apply for jobs, Visas, admissions and licenses that you may be eligible for.

ask yourself

  • Am I not doing something as
    simple as filing an application
    when I can?

  • Am I being penny wise and
    pound foolish?

  • When will I become ineligible to apply?

Embark on the journey that you long dreamt of. Wind up, relocate and settle down in your choice of country.

Action items :

  • Build reserves for a job search.
  • Do your homework.
  • Relocate when you are ready.
  • Job search efficiently within your limited resources.
  • Find a house.
  • Relocate family when you settle down.

ask yourself

  • Am I prepared?

  • Have I done my
    homework?

  • Do I have sufficient funds
    for a job search?

You are now available, accessible, eligible and qualified in the market. When a recruiter or business contacts you, make sure you have all the documents and credentials in place. You exist in their eyes and databases.

Be ready :

  • To market yourself before you are on bench.
  • To take interview calls.
  • To attend meetings in person.

ask yourself

  • Am I available to
    recruiters?

  • Can I get to a meeting
    on the same day?

  • Do I have the
    credentials?

  • Do I have the work
    authorization?

  • Do I have the mobility to go in and out of the country?

You went in as a foreigner but don’t remain one forever. Don’t abandon your identity either but adopt a dual mind-set and live best of both the worlds. Assimilate well. Don’t stand out. You are an ambassador of a whole culture and country. Set an example as an Expat.

Action item :

  • Learn the art of living and working in your new adopted homeland.

ask yourself

  • Am I adapting well to my new
    place of work, my neighbourhood
    and country?

  • Have I made new friends?

  • Am I earning and learning?

  • How can I make this better?