Logic Of The Day: 29.05.2019.
Whether you know it or not, chances are you have valuable skills that are transferable to the new field.
For example, if you’ve been working in the corporate world and want to start your own business, you probably have an established reputation, valuable contacts and hiring practice—all of which will serve you well as an entrepreneur.
Also, take note of areas where you may be lacking and work to fill in those gaps.
Your new career may require you to go back to school for some additional education to supplement the skills you already have. If that is the case, you may even consider completing those requirements while you are still in your current job.
By taking small steps rather than making an abrupt change, the transition will seem less overwhelming and easier to manage.
~ Caroline Castrillion (6 Steps To A Major Career Change)
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