Maintain your old Siemens Hipath system

10 Warning Signs That You?re Ready for a Career Transition

1. You dread getting out of bed and going to work.

But suppose you were in a job or profession that feeds your spirit. Just imagine how exciting it would be to jump out of bed and step right into it every single day!

2. You're exhausted, whether you've had no sleep or seven to eight hours of sleep.

Your perception of life in general can often be skewed when you're not rested. So it's important that you have the energy and vitality to enjoy your life. You also need energy to enhance your productivity. Your ideal profession or job needs to give you an energy rush, not drain you.

3. You watch the clock at work, longing for quitting time.

Wouldn't it be cool if instead you could say, "Wow, where did all the time go! I can't believe it's already 5:00!"? Envision it now!

4. You're not getting any fulfillment out of your work.

You'd be surprised how many people actually get paid for what they love to do. Why not be one of them?

5. You're not sure what you should do, but you do know that your current job isn't doing it for you anymore.

Take some time to list the gifts, talents, and interests that excite you. Now, imagine a job where you could use all of those ingredients every day!

6. You're finding that the job culture conflicts with your values and belief system.

Self-awareness is a worthwhile exercise. If you're already clear on your values and belief systems, it's time to manifest the job or profession that is in line with them.

7. You have a burning desire to try something new.

Being restless can often be a good thing if you let it work for you. Use it to investigate exciting new opportunities. As Les Brown says, "You've got to be hungry!"

8. You have adverse physical reactions to going to work (such as digestive problems, headaches, insomnia, etc.).

You probably have heard variations on the old saying, "If you don't have your health, then you don't have much else." Equally true is that "If you don't have your health, you can't enjoy all that you've worked for." You deserve so much more.

9. You're intrigued by others' careers and job descriptions.

If this is true, then I say go with it and start doing some research. Ask those people whose careers intrigue you to allow you to interview them, and ask for permission to tape them.

10. You'd like more control of your emotions and more freedom/autonomy.

"Oh oh oh oh what a feeling!" I'm quoting an old Toyota commercial that some of you may be too young to remember. But picture a man jumping for joy as high as he can with the look of excitement and pure joy on his face. To have total control?autonomy in a job or profession you love and are totally fulfilled? Close your eyes and envision it!

If you agreed with at least five out of ten of these warning signs, you might want to consider changing your situation. A mentor, counselor, or career coach can help point you to the right resources and wholeheartedly support you in choosing, changing, preparing for, advancing, and reaching your career goals.

Copyright © 2004, Power-Ed Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved

About The Author

Carol Dickson-Carr is a life strategist who has researched the human condition for over 13 years. Since 1990, Carol has taught and trained individuals from age 17 to 65 to understand and to implement many important life lessons. Her goal has always been to have her clients leave with practical life skills they did not have before they experienced her programs. Areas of expertise include: career transition, communication, stress & time management, and the self-discovery journey through assessments--particularly the MBTI®.

http://managingpersonalresources.com

In The News:

Paris suspect Abdeslam guilty of attempted murder
Mon, 23 Apr 2018 09:04:00 +0100
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has been found guilty of attempted murder after a shootout in Brussels in March 2016.

Reporter covering protest killed on Facebook Live
Sun, 22 Apr 2018 18:54:00 +0100
The death of a journalist covering protests in Nicaragua has been captured on camera as he filmed on Facebook Live.

World's oldest person dies in Japan
Mon, 23 Apr 2018 08:03:00 +0100
A great-great-great grandmother who was the world's oldest person has died at the age of 117.

Migrants drown off Libyan coast on way to Europe
Sun, 22 Apr 2018 20:34:00 +0100
Eleven migrants have died at sea and 263 have been rescued off the coast of Libya, the country's navy said.

Suicide bomber kills 57 at Kabul voting centre
Sun, 22 Apr 2018 11:43:00 +0100
At least 57 people have been killed after a suicide bomber struck at a voter registration centre in Afghanistan.



tikatoshop.it

Erfahrungen mit Pallhuber Wein
Agen Bola SBOBET Terpercaya

Travel in comfort and at your leisure with CT Airlink Limousine & Car Service for top quality private transportation and exceptional customer service. We operate Sedans, SUVs & Vans for CT Car Services to covering all Connecticut airports including Car Service from CT to Newark Airport , Mohegan Casino Uncasville CT, Foxwoods Casino Mashantucket CT, Manhattan Cruise Terminal NYC, Brooklyn Cruise Terminal NYC and Bayonne Cruise Terminal NJ. CT Airlink hire licensed and friendly chauffeurs who have in-depth knowledge of the Areas.

Best Strategy Using Internet Job Search Engines

Best Strategy using Internet Job Search EnginesThere are hundreds of... Read More

Talented People

I was asked last week for an article about employment,... Read More

The Squirrel Effect

An industrious black-tailed ground squirrel has his home beneath a... Read More

Can Nurses Be Entrepreneurs?

Yes, Nurses can be entrepreneurs. In today's market place nursing... Read More

Sample Resume Objectives: Read, Dont Copy

The resume objective statement is typically something that trips people... Read More

It is Still Possible to be Upwardly Mobile in America!

Yes, it's still possible to be upwardly mobile in America:... Read More

More Companies Using Job Interview Phone Screening

Planning and preparing before you begin to send out resumes... Read More

Why Bachelors Make Bad Decisions: Five Tips to Move from Reality Television to Your Career Change

The Bachelor is one of the many reality shows that... Read More

Master Responding to Selection Criteria and Win Your Next Job!

As a human resources specialist for many years, I've seen... Read More

Why a Professional Resume?

As a job search tool your Resume is your main... Read More

Leaders Meet Challenge Heads-UP With Confidence --

Maybe "buck" is better referred to as the Boss' Challenge.... Read More

To Get Hired or Get Promoted, Attitude Is The Key

When you're looking to get hired or get promoted, what... Read More

Have Enough Money to Change Careers - Five Key Steps

At every talk I give, I ask the audience to... Read More

The 5 Ps Of A Job Search

Step One - Plan:Most people spend more time planning a... Read More

Have You Given Up On Yourself?

Have you given up on yourself? Have you decided to... Read More

Surprise! Accounting is the Hot New Major

There was a time when accounting was the boring college... Read More

6 Vital Tips For Creating A Superior Resume

1: Keep It ShortConsidering that initially HR personnel only spend... Read More

Nonverbal Interview Behavior

Non-verbal interview behavior can drown out your verbal self-presentation.Practice interviewing... Read More

Franchising Offers NO Guarantees --

You have to ask --- IS a FRANCHISE FOR YOU?There... Read More

Finding Freelance Writing Jobs - Join Us On The Job Search

Finding freelance writing jobs require great skill, dedication and lots... Read More

How to Feel Satisfied in Your Career

Many people turn a beloved hobby into a vocation. They... Read More

The Night Worker

In the process of musing about our perennially awake world... Read More

Travel Writer Jobs, What Are They And How To Find Them

Travel writing jobs are few and far between. Getting into... Read More

The Group Interview

Sometimes, when going on job interviews, you might end up... Read More

What is a Career Anyway?

A career is the sum total of all of your... Read More