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How To Change Careers And Continue To Pay The Bills – 5 Key Steps

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Studies show that over 50% of people are unhappy in their jobs yet few actually make a career change in 2005. Why? Most people let fear stop them yet a successful career changers know that fear is simply a signal that is headed in the right direction! Follow the 5 key steps that successful career changers actually take to overcome their fears and sustainable change. 1. Plugging the holes in While it is possible that focused on the fact that it is a career transition, comprises more than just their job. Identify and commit to eliminate things that are draining energy. Deal with them now to have a surplus of energy to make your career change. 2.

Knowing what you want and make the decision to Have It spent a great deal of time focusing on what we do not like our work and let the transitions often happen to us. Being a person of a career transition makes for a painful passage. Stop and identify what they want in place. Be proactive and make the decision internally that this is what he wants and not let anything stop you. 3. They believe in what you belief corresponds to how you feel about what you want. Examine what is said to himself about his desire for a new job. In making a decision to change your belief so that your career change is not a question of “if” or “how” but “when.” 4.

That is a transition, not a leap Keep your job and try his vocation on the side. Not being able to pay the bills is a stress you can choose not to get through. Go through a planning process and repeated testing, planning and testing. See what you learn and decide what their next steps. Remember, it’s a transition. Slow and steady will take you to the finish line. Think marathon, not sprint. 5. Live as if your future career is created by being present and present each day as if what you have already come to pass. Ask yourself: “If I was working in my dream job, how would I act today?” Then make the change and continue to act as if you’ve done!


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