(Newswire.net -- August 18, 2014) Steyning, West Sussex -- Unfortunately, the older we get, the less self confidence we have. Some people even consider a career change to overcome a depression, even though it would only end up being a short term solution. Childhood dreams are definitely a good candidate to inspire a successful career change, as are personal interests.
The first problem to deal with when making a career change is fear, especially if someone has been in the same job for a very long time. Many people who stick out the same job for life have normally reached the stage of wanting a change, but the current job security they have is often the final stumbling block, and they just won't have enough confidence to make their dream career change.
Money in fact is normally the over-riding factor when people are considering a change of direction in their career, but in order to make that dream career change; even if it means earning less money, there are certain courses of action that can be taken to either cut back on living expenses or even to bring in some extra cash during that initial change-over period. Some good options include cutting out lavish expenses and living on a survival budget. Renting out a spare room, sharing a car or surviving on publish transport will also help to stretch a tight budget.
For people who seek a career change because they find it hard to work with others or to take orders from flaky bosses, then becoming self-employed is the perfect solution. Many single parents have managed to begin a new career by working from home, often though online opportunities, and therefore make an immediate childcare saving.
People who look at changing company as the way forward are often put off when confronted with a Career Test. Andy Shaw, best selling author of "Creating A Bug Free Mind" reveals 5 ways (tests) to help people know for certain if a career change opportunity is right for them, and once that's clear, the career test will no longer be a barrier.
Andy told me that he had formulated a simple decision making process to help people make the right choice for a career change. He continued by saying... "Ask yourself would you do the job for free? I mean, just imagine if you had all the money you dreamed of and you didn?t need to work for money again. I know that may sound like something you would never want to do right now, but trust me, successful people want to carry on doing things. The money is their reward but their life is doing what they love to do. This is what really makes them wealthy, of course they expect to get paid, but they do it because they enjoy it, which is really the key factor for any career change."
He continued by giving some final advice for people who felt stuck in their present job, and said... "For anyone who would like to cut through the honing process to design their life to have the perfect opportunities turn up in the perfect way, then I cannot recommend enough the "bug free process" which I designed to give people back access to their natural success mindset which they probably lost years ago. I designed "a bug free mind" to work for everyone, but the people who benefit the most will be the ones who have tried everything and found nothing that works."
Mr Shaw concluded in saying... "If anyone reading this may think it's them I am referring to, then I suggest they go and read the first five chapters of my book "A Bug Free Mind," as this will give them a fast but in-depth understanding of the new mind they will have after completing the process."
Andy Shaw offers the first 5 chapters of "A Bug Free Mind" for free, which has already helped people looking for a dream career change in over 110 countries. Sign up here today: http://www.abugfreemind.com
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