If you are not failing every now & then; it is a sign you are not doing anything very innovative.
Career Change Myth 1: There is one perfect career for me.
Focusing on finding a single, perfect career is not only intimidating, it is limiting.
Keeping your career options open is a position of strength, not weakness.
Career Change Myth 2: I will use all of my talents and abilities in this job.
Learning a variety of tasks helps you to sharpen abilities that might not be needed in one job but could be invaluable in another.
Career Change Myth 3: My job has to match my college major or vocational training.
Most jobs do not specify which college major is needed, even if they require that workers have a college degree.
Career Change Myth 4: No one will hire me because I lack experience, have low grades, I have gaps in my work history, and other career search obstacles that immobilize us.
People overcome all kinds of challenges to find satisfying work. Experts say that how you handle adversity is a good indicator of your ability to persevere.
Career Change Myth 5: it is too late to change my career.
the desire for job satisfaction in a new career outweighed the desire for status quo in their previous career. Career burnout is a reality of life and I believe can be something positive in moving us to change career direction.
Take the first step in faith, you do not have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.
Martin Luther King
You don’t have to be great to start.. But you have to start to be great..