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“Should I stay or should I go”?
5 Questions to aid in your decision
Are you stagnant in your current position, feeling unsatisfied, and considering making a major career move? Do you feel as though you deserve more from your current employer? Is it time to leave altogether and find new opportunities for growth elsewhere? Need to make a good decision?
Making a career shift is a decision that will have far-reaching consequences for you. To ensure that you make as good a decision as possible, take the time to work through the below 5 “should I stay or should I go” questions,
1. Am I clear about my brand: Values, talents, skills, key experiences, expertise, and vision?
2. Have I discerned areas of alignment or misalignment with my brand and job expectations?
3. Have I honestly asked myself if I am running away from something or running to something better?If running away, what is it? How do I grow with the situation?
4. Have I thought strategically about where I would go, and what would need to be different about it? How would I get there?
5. Do I have an experienced guide to help me to check my thinking before I make my next move?
Importantly, don’t let your ego, irrational fears, or doubts get in the way of telling yourself the truth about these questions. As they say, the truth will set you free! You don’t have to go through this process alone. At Connections Career Coaching we provide you with an unbiased sounding board and strategic thinking to assess your situation rationally. You don’t have to take the leap alone – we’ll work to guide you towards a brighter, more fulfilling future, whether it is at your current place of employment or at your next right place. You can do this! Contact us for a one-hour consult: https://www.connectionscareercoaching.com/contact/
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