Do you want to change career?
So many people reach the top of the ladder in their career yet when they get there realise they are on the wrong ladder. Many want to leave their job, but don't know what they want to do? Many do know what they want to do but don't have the self belief or confidence to do it.
So few people have a clear picture of what they want to do. Having a goal to make money or travel or work with kids or move abroad or start a business is not having clarity, its being vague and unclear and lacks clarity, and without clarity we cant make changes.
When we are not clear on what we want we end up living our lives doing what others want and achieving their goals. By drifting along aimlessly hoping things will drop in our lap is living in fantasy and it's certainly not taking control of our lives, it's allowing others to take control of our lives.
Take some time to ask yourself 'What do I really want?' Make sure what you do want is not wishy washy and unrealistic or vague, get clear and specific.
For example if you are 5ft it's unrealistic to aim to be a cat walk model and if you are 6ft 3 it is unrealistic to dream of becoming a jockey.
Take time to figure it out. Make sure you get absolute clarity and make your visions, dreams and goals challenging and exciting. Make sure your goals are in alignment with your core values. When you harness core values to positive, purposeful goals clarity will become simple as there will not be any conflict to keep you stuck.
Make a master plan, but remember small steps can bring huge changes and waiting until the right time is making excuses, procrastinating and sitting in fear. Time waits for no one, so go out my friend and make it happen!!!
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