At this point in your life, you might feel like anyone with a job has more value than you do. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your circumstances, your opinion, your failures, your financial situation, your living situation, none of it, and I mean none of it determines your value. Who you are determines your value and it is only limited by your perception of your value.
This "Career Change Planner" is designed to provide you with the knowledge, understanding and wisdom to pull off a successful career change. Its companion publication, the "Career Transition Planner," will help you understand what is involved in the actual transition itself.
We are asking the wrong question
Every day, you make decisions based upon the wrong decision-making paradigm. By decision paradigm, I mean the method you use to make decisions. Most of us use the same methods to answer both types of basic questions. Is it any wonder you and I both (no one gets it right all of the time) don’t get the results we want when we start with the wrong premise?
Have you ever stopped to think about how important your choices are? They literally impact every area of your life. The fact is that your journey through life, the paths you take, are all directed by the choices you make. There are lots of books about decisions of all kinds, but not on how you should evaluate career choices.
Career Change, Fear, Book 1 will help you deal with the fear associated with making one of the most critical decisions of your life. Too many of us stay in dead-end careers we hate for too long, I know because I have done it, not once, but three times. If you are struggling with making ends meet or come home grumpy because you hate your job, then this is a must-read.