Are You Confident in your Direction?
Should you continue the type of work you’ve been doing or is this a good time to switch careers? If you’re looking to make a switch are there obstacles that might slow your re-employment? these are just some of the questions you need to ask yourself as you begin your search. Determining your future direction can be daunting and requires a high degree of self-analysis and awareness. It is important to recognize that one of the most common mistakes is to try to do this work alone. It can take months to recover from mistakes you make, so you are better off seeking professional help early and getting re-employed sooner. While you may find yourself tempted to focus on the cost of investing with a professional, you need to be more concerned with the cost of being unemployed. the reality is that an employed executive who was earning over $100,000 annually is losing $8,333 every month when he or she is unemployed. Aside from the obvious financial gain one might expect from coaching, there are often many secondary benefits such as improved relationships, increased confidence and having a safe place to share your fears and worries. Find a coach you are comfortable with, commit to share openly and be prepared to give it a few weeks for the relationship to really gel. Coaches offer many different styles and approaches so there is definitely a perfect one out there for you!
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