Career Change Can Be Confronting

May 9, 2013 | Jenni Proctor
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If you truly want to make a career change, then there are going to be times when you have to push your personal boundaries.   Goldfish jumping

This can make you feel like a fish out of water and that can be very confronting.  But like the fish pictured on this page you will know exactly where you are going and how to give yourself the momentum to get there. 

To make a smooth career change our new book "New Jobs for Older Workers" shares some key steps that you need to take to get a new job or to explore the possibility of self-employment.

New Jobs for Older Workers explains how you can reinvigorate your working life by

ü  Giving you practical strategies you can apply immediately

ü  Demonstrating the choices you have

ü  Building your confidence

ü  Explaining the challenges

ü  Leading you to a deeper appreciation of your transferable skills

ü  Giving you practical tools you can use

ü  Enabling you to perform more effectively in interviews

ü  Recognizing and acknowledging your concerns

ü  Suggesting ways to overcome your barriers

ü  Empowering you to make changes with confidence

ü  Opening your eyes to possibilities.

Want to know more about how we can assist you with a career change?  For more information contact us today. 

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