What was your dream job when you were a child? Doctor? Rock star? Or maybe a writer?
Have you managed to accomplish that goal? Has it changed along the way?
But all of this is not written in stone. If you are not happy with your choice, you can change your job. Well, not just your job. Your career.
What would be the reasons for making this important decision?
Ambition and sense of accomplishment
And you know what? You can do more! We all can! It just takes a lot of courage to face the fact that our job does not fulfill our ambitions and find the one that does.
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So, one of the possible solutions would be to find a career that would not demand so much time and which would allow you to adjust the timetable to your needs.
This is one reason that often makes people make drastic career changes.
If you are working as a teacher, it is obvious you will never earn enough money to buy a Rolls-Royce and you might be fine with that but some people are not.
People around you
So, you have been working with the same people and listening to the same jokes for years and you feel like you will lose your mind if you hear another punchline only accountants would understand.
Guess what! You are not the only one!
It is a great way not only to meet different people (as you would when changing jobs) but to encounter people who think in a completely different manner than you do (when you change careers).
Most of us work for eight hours or more so it is ridiculous to spend almost half of our waking hours doing something that doesn’t make us happy, right?
No one expects you to keep doing the same thing for decades. Times have changed and it has never been easier to change careers. No matter what your reason is, make sure to keep that in mind.
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