It's Okay to Make a Career Change

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Is it okay to make a career change?

It's Okay to Make a Career Change

When you've got something on your mind, everything you see and hear takes on new meaning. For example, why is it that the knots in the pine wood cupboards of your kitchen suddenly look like bagels and baguettes? When lofty clouds float by your office window, do you see soups and stocks; filleted fish and marinated steaks? If so, it's either your stomach making you crazy with hunger, or your soul telling you it's time for a career change.

There's no crime in doing a 360 career change. There was a time when people got a job out of high school, stayed in that job until they turned 65, and retired. Those days are long gone. Now, it's pretty much expected that people will shift and change careers over their lifetime. The person you are at 20, isn't the person you are at fifty, so it's important to recognize these changes to our needs and desires. Maybe at 20, becoming a bank manager was your thing. Over the years, you're philosophies and personality molded into something completely different. That's okay! If you're thinking about making a career change, the first thing to do is make sure you've given yourself permission. Once you've given yourself the go-ahead, that career change will be waiting for you.



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