F.E.A.R. (False Expectations Appearing Real) can be a big deterrent when it comes to self-career management. It is never easy to deal with change and it is particularly stressful when it comes to your career. Many people put so much pressure on themselves to have everything “absolutely in order” before they make up their minds to even look at another career option. You will be missing out on opportunities if you get stuck early in the process by “analysis paralysis”. One of the best ways to keep your career options open is to develop a trusting relationship with a well respected, recruitment professional who will grow to understand what constitutes an excellent career fit. Understand however, that they are not in the business to “find you your next career move” but rather they are one of the “tools in the toolbox” in order to facilitate such a life changing event. It is also a good idea to keep your resume up to date. Rather than scramble at the last minute to put something on paper, keep a list of things you actually do at work so you can develop a clean resume with minimal effort. Make sure the things on your resume are relevant to the opportunity you are considering. Don’t be afraid to take the first step and at least have a conversation about a new opportunity. If you don’t open a door, there is no way you can walk through it.
/wp-content/uploads/man-and-woman-near-table-3184465.jpg 4000 6000 Kimberley Chesney /wp-content/uploads/pmg-logo.png Kimberley Chesney2020-05-24 15:59:532020-05-27 19:47:13How Do I Know When I’m Ready to Make a Career Move?