Career Change & Stress?
For anyone struggling with their career, unemployed or just looking at changing careers, it can be a very stressful period. If this period is accompanied by worry, extreme stress or mental illness it becomes even more challenging. I ran across this 5 minute video from The School of Life that does a great job of helping you frame the thought process of a career change. A summary and the video are below.
1. Accept that being confused about your career is OK.
2. Know yourself.
3. Think a lot.
4. Try something.
5. Reflect on what makes people unhappy.
6. Be confident
BIG IDEA #1: The difference between success and failure is the willingness to "give it a go."
BIG IDEA #2: The ultimate criterion when choosing a career should be to choose a career we would not regret on our deathbed.
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