If you’ve found yourself wondering what the changing economy is going to bring, you’re certainly not alone.
The crazy stock market and shifting financial sands have left many employees and their companies wondering what’s next.
Perhaps your company has begun cutting back – limiting hours, letting people go, cutting back on benefits. Perhaps you’ve been let go already. If not, chances are you know someone who has.
For many, these are scary times. That’s a natural feeling.
There’s a good chance that you’re worried about what all this uncertainty means to you, your family and your career.
And in this climate, it’s natural to want to stay right where you are, even if it’s in a job you don’t like. It feels safer to count your blessings and be thankful for what you have, and do nothing – even though what you have isn’t necessarily what you want.
Maybe you’ve considered changing careers in the past but have decided that during these tricky times you’ll just hunker down where you are, until things in the job market are clearer.
Well the fact is, this kind of environment is the WORST time to hunker down and bide your time.
The worst thing you can do for your career right now is NOTHING.
Because every financial downturn, eventually turns around.
And when that happens, the people who’ve spent time preparing for that turnaround will benefit from it.
If you’ve done nothing to prepare, you’ll be left out.
Industries are changing. Priorities are changing.
Change isn’t only happening in Washington DC. It’s happening in the auto industry, the construction industry, in the real estate market, in insurance, financial markets, education, and healthcare. The changes will be felt most profoundly, not on Wall Street, but on YOUR STREET.
This is the perfect opportunity to get ready for when companies start looking for new employees. There’ll be new opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs as well.
So what are you doing?
Well, if you’re considering changing careers, now is the time to start.
When companies start hiring again – and they will – those who’ve prepared for it will be the first to get hired. Companies, big and small, have spent months and months laying people off, reconfiguring their needs. At some point they’ll begin to fill those needs.
And they’ll need a wide variety of people with a wide variety of skills as well as support services from independent small businesses that will help them navigate these new waters.
YOU CAN BE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE.
We’re at the beginning of a major realignment of the work force – the biggest change in a couple of generations. Those who’ll benefit are those who embrace this opportunity.
If your current career is unsatisfying, NOW is the time to start taking steps to remedy that.
There WILL be new opportunities in a wide variety of fields – and the decisions you make over the next 6 months will determine whether you’re in a position to take advantage of those many new opportunities.
That’s why my ebook, “The No Fear, Low Stress Career Change Guide” is the perfect place to start.
It begins with an assessment that helps you figure out what your new direction might be. And it helps you identify and recognize the qualities you need in order to be happy in a new career.
If you already know your new direction, you can skip over the assessment and go directly to the section on how to put your career change into action.
You can download the eBook immediately and get started today. You can work on your career change as fast or as slow as you like.
The eBook simplifies the career change journey by breaking it down into simple steps that you can take at your own pace – EVEN IF YOU’RE WORKING FULL-TIME.
Here is the link to get more information about this powerful eBook that’ll keep you on track and guide you through the steps that are necessary to discover and land a new career.
You’ve nothing to lose, and everything to gain – like a new, fulfilling career.
If you’ve considered a career change in the past, now is the time to embrace it – and let me show you how to make it happen.
I look forward to hearing your success stories.
All the best, Jeffrey
From Sarah: Jeffrey is extremely cool. So compassionate – and his book is the ONLY one I’ve ever seen like it. It helped me get this site together (and get my head around it). Check him out here->