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Monday  January 21, 2018 . . . Making a Successful Career Change.  Changing jobs is hard . . . Changing Careers is harder.  But if doing something different is on your mind, don’t let anything stop you.  Know that changing your career’s direction is very doable providing you are realistic about what it will take to achieve your goal.
Prepare for your Career Transition by:
  1. Assessing your motivation for making a Career Direction Change.  Why do you want to make a career change?
  2. Understand the benefits and losses for you of making a Career Direction Change.  What's in it for you (WIFFM)?
  3. Expect your Career Direction Change to take time. So exhibit patience, don’t rush the process, and don’t give up
Are you up for the challenge of making a Career Direction Change?  Being prepared is half the battle.  Employ the three P’s:  Planning, Perseverance, and Patience and . . . Go for it!   In the end, it’s your job, your career, and your life.  How do you want to spend it?

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