Best Career Change Action Steps #5

Making a career change is no small task. It can be difficult to know where to start, or even where to turn for advice. But don’t worry, we’re here to help!

In this series, we’ll outline the best steps you can take to make a successful career change action steps. Today we’re discussing Step 5…Apply…Apply….Apply! Deliberate Action is key when it comes to making a career change, so make sure you take the time to get your ducks in a row before beginning your journey.

First, check out Steps 1 – 4 to get the beginning steps.

Step #1 | Step #2 | Step #3 | Step #4 |

Congratulations on making it to the end of our 5-Action Steps to changing careers! As a recap, we’ve covered identifying your transferable skills, doing some market research, creating a plan of action, and getting started. The final step is staying motivated and taking action throughout your journey. This can be tricky when the process seems daunting or you encounter setbacks along the way. That’s where a support system comes in handy. Friends and family can provide encouragement, but for more tailored advice and accountability, consider working with a career coach or mentor. I can help you stay focused on your goals while providing guidance and resources along the way. For additional help with your career transition, work with me directly here.

Check out the rest of the Best Career Change Action Steps Series to learn more about making a career change. And don’t forget, if you’re looking for some extra help along the way, reach out to us here and we’ll be happy to chat with you about your options.

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Best Career Change Action Steps #4

Are you considering a career change? Making a big life change can be scary, but it’s also an exciting adventure. If you’re feeling ready for a new challenge, here are some action steps to help make the transition go smoothly.
First, check out Steps 1 – 3 to get the beginning steps.

Step #1 | Step #2 | Step #3 | Step #4 | Step #5

That’s all for now. But don’t worry, I have one more action step for you to check out. Just click on the link Step #5 above or here. You can also find more information about making a successful career change by downloading our free guide here. We hope these tips help get you one step closer to your dream job!

Check out the rest of the Career Change Action Steps Series to learn more about making a career change. And don’t forget, if you’re looking for some extra help along the way, reach out to us here and we’ll be happy to chat with you about your options.

Looking for resume services, interview coaching, LinkedIn profile optimization and career strategy consultations? Go here.

If you are looking for help in the overall job market, interview tips and more, purchase my new book here.

Connect with me here

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Career ReVamp 4.1 – The Business Owner Path

In this episode, I put the finishing touches on business ownership as part of your career revamp which can provide ultimate freedom in the marketplace. It should not be taken lightly due to the self development it will require of you.

It’s going to take some additional research and work to develop your entrepreneurial plan. To get help with putting this plan together, let’s work on it together when you go here.

Check out the book E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber by going here

If you’re looking for help to structuring systems and processes to help run your new or established business? Go here.

Check out the other episodes in the series below:
Part 1 Know Where You Are Now
Part 2 Putting the Plan Together
Part 3.1 The Entrepreneurial Track
Part 3.2 The Career Track
Part 4.2 The Corporate Employee (Wrap up)

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Career ReVamp 3.1 – Entrepreneurial Track

This episode of a career revamp series touches on the areas of business ownership and ultimate freedom in the marketplace. It should not be taken lightly Due to the self development it will require of you.

It’s going to take some additional research and work to develop your entrepreneurial plan. To get help with putting this plan together, check out my resource

Check out the book E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber by going here.

If you want to go the corporate or employee track, look out for 3.2 of the Career Revamp Series

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Understand the “Power” of Networking in Business & Career

If you have ever been in a business or search for employment, you have heard the word “networking” thrown around as being an important part of your business development and job search. You are encouraged to attend networking events and polish off formulate your “elevator speech” to fire it at any human being within a 3 arms length away from you. The goal is to meet new people you hope are looking for your skills (for a job) or looking to do business with you.

What type of results do you think you will achieve with these events? What is your mental focus when you attend these events..just to place your business card in people’s hands or to truly make an authentic connection that lasts? Do you think the other attendees have the same wants and needs that you do? These are just some of the questions you should ask before even attending.

I recently started reading the book, Networking is Not Working by Derek Coburn which give a completely different perspective on networking in general. I learned that our mindset and intention when going to networking event is extremely vital to the efficiency of networking results. Every deliberate result starts with a thorough plan of action and purposeful execution, so your networking efforts should be no different.

When attending these events, go with the mindset of actually making a genuine connection with a few people and continue to keep in contact for mutually beneficial results. It is not always about what you can get from a person, but it is also what you can give that provides value to them personally and professionally. You must take the time to get to know their basics, by listening. I don’t mean just let people talk, I mean really listen. Listen for wants, needs, desires, wishes, voice tone, how they communicate about specific topics and their non verbal queues. You’d be surprised what people will divulge if you just really listen, then offer support. This is where true networking begins.

Networking can help you cross over into another industry and make connections you wouldn’t make otherwise. If you’re looking to make that transition and still don’t have a concrete plan, check out my FREE Resource while it is still FREE here.

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Competition in the #Workplace…Good or Bad?

Don’t like the unhealthy competition you have to deal with at work & want to find better #careeropportunity? Get your career tools ready by going here.

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Only Focus on What You Can Control

When going through the process of looking and #interviewing for career opportunities, there are parts you have absolutely no control over. For example, the candidate the business owner or HR personnel ultimately chooses to fill their #careeropportunity or the company budget determining if the company can afford to offer this #job opportunity….

There’s quite a bit you can control, such as the way you present yourself before, during and after an #interview. Looking for additional help to make sure you give the best & most professional impression, go here to help you fully prepare you all aspects of the interview process.

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Successful Careers – No College Degree Required (Part 2)

For Part 2 of Successful Careers without a College Degree, we are targeting administratively strong careers with business ownership opportunities.

No college degree required but some start-up capital is REQUIRED…

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New to the job market? Do these 5 things…Part 2 of 5

In Part 1 of the “New to the job market” series, I discussed the importance of having your #careertools prepared. Watch Part 1 here.

In order for you, the new job seeker, to become successful, you cannot do it alone. Your personal #network is extremely important. I don’t mean just simply reaching out to people you know and asking them for job leads or opportunities, but truly #connect with your network.

Take the time to find out how they are doing and “LISTEN” to them. You may be surprised by what you find out and how you can be helpful.

I will be discussing the importance of your online presence in Part 3 of the series, so look out for it.

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Be Authentic When Networking

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