You have been flip-flopping about whether to actually do this. You like the people you work with and you’re comfortable in your job. You know what to expect and you don’t really have to try that hard at work, so why change it all up now? If you need help determining when to get started, this video is for you.
- It may be true that not all who wander are lost,…but if you're wearing a hole in your carpet…from pacing back and forth as you try to decide…what to do about your career,…it's possible that you need some direction.…If you've been considering making a change for a while,…why haven't you done it before?…What's different about now?…You weren't sure exactly where to start.…You didn't think you had the right skillset.…You thought you may need another degree.…You were at the wrong place in your life.…Timing is everything,…and what makes attempting a career change so difficult…is the time it takes to do it,…which gives you much more time to think about it…and second guess your choice.…
I had a coaching client who had worked…at the same company for nine years and wanted out.…In her case, she'd been thinking about it for so long…that by the time she decided it was time to do something…she was so ready to leave that…she needed to leave right now.…She couldn't stand it another minute.…We all know people like this.…You say good morning and they roll their eyes.…
- Recognize what you can do to become ready to transition into a new career.
- Explain what you could do if you know what job you want but just aren’t sure you meet the qualifications to obtain it.
- Recall what it requires to get on the right path if you are sure you’re in the wrong career.
- Recognize how feedback can help you with your decision to change your career.
- Identify what internal networking at your current job has to do with making a career change and leaving that job.