on this episode
It’s easy to become frustrated or disheartened when trying to make a career change, particularly if you are feeling burnt out in your current role or if you’ve been trying to make a change for a while. However, remaining optimistic and keeping a positive mindset throughout the process can be a real game changer. On this team episode, Ang & Phillip share 5 tips to stay positive during career change
What you’ll learN
- How to keep your energy high when you’re at a slow part of your career change
- Ways to reframe your mindset when you are losing confidence in the career change process
- How to keep internal negative chatter from taking over
I can't thank Happen to Your Career enough for giving me all the tools and resources I needed to understand my strengths and help define how those can best be used within my company.
“It’s hard to find something that fits, that’s why so many people change careers. When I finally understood my strengths and how I could apply them it all made sense. It just made it easier to see what types of jobs and roles would fit me. In my new career I get to do the marketing that I love with a company I’m excited about.”
when I went through Career Change Bootcamp and starting to work through all of this – deep diving into what I wanted to do, my strengths and ideal career profile but then this opportunity presented itself! I went “wow, this checks almost all my boxes on the ideal career profile and seems to be a really great match.” You've heard this so many times from people you talk with – The journey is not what you think it's gonna be. You think it might be a straight line from A to B, but it's like a jagged curvy line that can go all over the place. Follow where things are leading and be open, because you just never know what's gonna be around that next corner. I'm so excited. I am the chief philanthropy officer at the Community Foundation of Western Nevada. And that's really kind of a dream job.
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