Do you ...
feel you're running the risk of losing your job?
count the days, months and years for your retirement?
want to work with what you really love and not have to worry about tomorrow?
feel like not going to work in the morning?
start missing deadlines, avoiding meetings or call in sick?
If you answer yes to most of the questions above, then you are part of an increasing number of people who face a
a dilemma between building a successful career and making a difference in this generation
Making a career move or change implies in at least 3 or 4 major factors. Complete the sentences with the words below.
lead - balanced - pleasure- whole - desire- survive - pain - affect
- The ... of loss is twice as much as the ... of gain.
- The need to ... is usually much stronger than the ... to ... a balanced life
- Changing jobs not only will ... the decision-maker but also the ... family.
People who find it hard to make a career change suffer from what experts call LOSS AVERSION.
Have you ever decided to make a career change, despite fearing what you had to lose?
Making a successful career change requires some important considerations. The most important ones can be found here.
So, are you prepared to change your career and live new challenges?