1. Time for a new career
The advent of a new year is traditionally a time for reflection, and some long put off naval gazing. Many people at this time of the year come to the conclusion that it’s time for a new career. It feels like a fresh start; the right time. From my experience in my coaching practice, it is equally important to reflect on exactly why you want a change, and to consider that you’re not jumping from the frying pan to the fire (that feeling of ‘pastures new’ won’t last long if you fail to take stock.
It’s new year after all, isn’t it? A perfect time to consider why you’re wanting to move and to ensure that any previous negative behaviours are locked down, ready for the new job!). You may even be totally at a loss as to what career to go for. I suggest you start with a good dollop of exploring you.