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A Career Change Can Be Unnerving! Here are Three Ways to Motivate You to Make One Right Now

Finding it hard to switch to a career change or lacking the motivation to wholeheartedly pursue a career switch? Well, making a switch isn’t the easiest thing to do in the world. But did you know that you can change your environment in a way that would help you move closer to your goals? Yes, you can make it easy to embrace change by making a few changes to your lifestyle. Here are a few action-based hacks and a few general ones that can help you stick to your goals.

People can so often feel stuck in their careers and at times confused about where their lives are headed. If you are stuck in the same job for a while now, this can feel all the more relatable. And if you cannot find the motivation to embrace a new life, here are a few tips that would come in handy!

Find Your Motivation

Monotony can leave you feeling stuck and sans any motivation to work. Similarly, if you feel harassed, dispassionate, and disheartened to continue you cannot give your best at work. And over the years, your career might reach a point where money becomes the only motivational factor. If this seems familiar, it’s time for you to rekindle your passion. You need to start by identifying all the red flags that are draining your motivation at work every day!

And that’s where the change begins. If you want to make that all-important- change it has to be right now! Staying miserable with a job you hate can be creating professional hara-kiri. Nothing is going to change things for you if you do not try, yes you have to try to make it happen. Staying afloat is right opposite to the feeling of thriving.

Do you need a job that can make you get out of your bed and think about what are you going to achieve today? Your work should tap into your talents, capabilities, and interests. However, if it doesn’t you need to find a work that helps you grow as a person and in your career. Nobody deserves to work in a place where their skills are not valued and they feel emotionally drained at the end of every working day.

Prepare, Plan, Quit!

It is normal to fear change. And at the end of the day, we all want to have a bank account, with some money in it! So, while quitting your job is the right step if you do not feel great about what you do, you need to do it the right way. Do not just resign and walk out in the hope that life will take a turn for the better. Instead, focus on honing your skills,  understand want to retain, and what you want to let go of your current professional status.

When you are thinking of making that career change, move ahead definitely. However, make sure you have a concrete plan in place. You can use an old skill, which you didn’t bother to explore because of your current job, but now you can in your current job. Know what are the things you need to chop and change and what to retain. You need to address the root cause of your dissatisfaction in your current job, to avoid repeating the same in your new job. And once that’s sorted and you have an offer in place, resign from your existing job.

Let Go Of The Fear

Staying in a job you hate can seem like a safe thing to do. However, it keeps you away from exploring something more fulfilling, wonderful, and your ticket to happiness. Fear is what keeps you stuck in one place. Spread your wings and dabble in things that scare you. Yes, you’ll sink first but then rise and fly again, managing not only to survive but also thrive!

Most people switch jobs not just for emotional fulfillment, but also for monetary reasons. And there’s nothing wrong about that! We all have a vision for our lives and if something is holding you back, it’s time to fight that. So, remember, if you want a little extra from your life, then do not blame anyone for your unhappiness. Instead, take charge and start making changes to your life. Once you clear out the clutter in your head and change your lifestyle, the motivation to get better in your career will come to you!

Did you recently switch jobs, do tell us what helped you find the much-needed motivation. And if you know someone who would find this article helpful, don’t forget to share it with them!

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