If the job you enjoyed has changed, if you want to be somewhere else, or if downsizing has reared its ugly head, it can seem impossible to get going again.
Whether you’ve been at a company for ten weeks or ten years, it’s jarring to realize you must find a new path. This guide will help you navigate the anger, hurt, indecision, grief, and even depression that comes with being frustrated in your career.
Dr. Bob Robison, a board certified family physician who prides himself on helping others, suggests:
seeking help from those who can offer meaningful guidance;
making a good impression via your resume, cover letter, and online activities;
identifying the training you need to land your desired position; and
embracing change and owning your destiny.
How you come out of this unexpected (and possibly unwanted) scenario is entirely up to you. You can feel sorry for yourself, or you can take steps to find and capitalize on new opportunities.
Focus on the positive instead of the negative, and make a positive change every day with the lessons in So You Have This Opportunity.