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The Start Over!! - Time to Job Hunt

Starting over in your career can be both exhilarating and daunting. Whether you've willingly left your job to pursue a passion or have found yourself at a crossroads due to unforeseen circumstances like myself in 2020 - the year of the unknown. Remember that starting over is not a sign of failure, but rather a courageous leap towards personal and professional growth. At this point it becomes embracing change, staying motivated, and finding success in your new beginning.

Instead of viewing it as a setback, see it as an opportunity for reinvention. Many successful individuals have faced career transitions, and by embracing the change, they've discovered new talents and passions they never knew existed. Take this time to reflect on your skills, values, and aspirations. What are the things that truly make you happy and fulfilled in your work? By understanding your strengths and interests, you can align your career choices with your authentic self, making the process of starting over more purposeful.

Building a strong professional network is crucial during a career transition. Attend industry events, connect with professionals on LinkedIn, and seek informational interviews. You'd be surprised how many people are willing to offer guidance and support. Networking not only opens doors to potential opportunities but also provides valuable insights into your chosen field. The journey of starting over may not be smooth, and setbacks are inevitable.

Patience and persistence are your allies during this time. Understand that success rarely happens overnight, and setbacks are just stepping stones towards growth. Keep refining your approach, learning from experiences, and stay focused on your goals. Remember, your mindset plays a crucial role in your ability to navigate change successfully. Adopt a positive and resilient mindset, viewing challenges as opportunities for growth. Remember, setbacks are not permanent failures but rather temporary obstacles that can be overcome with the right attitude.

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