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Three Questions to Ask About Changing Careers

Jun 6, 2008
"More and more people are looking to careers as someplace that they can feel satisfied and fulfilled," says Marina Spence. She is the Author of "Career Change the Stress-Free Way", Founder of "The Pink Edge, Instructor of the telecourse: "Stress-Free Career Change", and Mentor specializing in "Career Change and Enjoyment".

The problem is that stress can be hard to combat if you don't know how. Marina takes the mystery out of fighting off stress for good via meditation.

Here are the strategies you need to win the battle with stress

Does my current job provide fulfullment?

- Is it the daily work routine in your current job or something else entirely? If you have to push yourself out of bed and into the office door while dreading every step, it is probably time for a career change.

What's stopping me?

- Why haven't you taking the steps to take control of the rest of your life already? The reason could be the fear of starting all over again, or the situation at home or at work.

How can I change in a stress-free way?

- Career Change does not have to be a traumatic, nerve-racking process. It can be really easy.

Asking yourself these questions will help you decide whether a career change is right for you.
About the Author
Profit now from more of Marina Spence's career-changing wisdom by catching her revealing interview with Randy Gilbert, host of The Inside Success Show. Sign up to listen for FREE!
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