Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
Discussed below are the two most common excuses or barriers that surface when one is thinking about a career change and a few tips to overcome these issues:
It a huge hassle and you won’t even know where to start! Trying to change careers obviously will require a lot of work and an even greater amount of time. But then again, in the line of work, nothing really happens overnight; rather it’s a gradual progress. It might feel as if you simply can’t figure out where to even begin, but all you need to do in this moment is to come up with a plan of attack. Dissect your bigger tasks into smaller ones and pair them up in some groups or categories. This will make the whole experience a lot easier and manageable for you and you never know the time and dedication you invest at this new job might actually lead you to a more successful career.
With the state the economy is in, it is impossible that you find a job. The decline in the economy may make many questions about the idea of a career change. They’ll probably find it too risky. However, if you aren’t satisfied or happy at your current job, switching to another one would truly benefit you in the long run. Plus you may actually end up finding a career path that might be more stable and suitable to your needs.
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