Wow, we’ve finished the first 10 episodes of Career Relaunch, which brings us to the end of Season One! Thank you so much for being a subscriber and loyal listener. With the holidays upon us, this week’s episode is going to be a little different. I’m not featuring a guest, but instead, I’ll be sharing my own reflections and lessons I’ve learned from our first 10 guests on the podcast.
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My takeaways from Career Relaunch Season 1
- Making a career change isn’t easy, but you can pull it off if you can be patient with the practical and emotional challenges.
- You don’t have to get things exactly right the first time, you just need to take manageable steps in the right direction.
- When you’re feeling confused or uncertain about what to do to, learn to trust your instincts, which often guides you to the right solution.
Tweetables to Share
- I mentioned Malcolm Gladwell’s book, Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, one of the best reads out there!
- If you’re want to read more about other behaviours that help fuel a successful career change, read my article on 3 Habits of People Who Successfully Relaunched Their Careers.
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