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It's Not A Total Overhaul, It's Just Tweaking
2002 By Deborah Brown

Many people tell me that they want to be somewhere else in their career. They also tell me that the economy, their age, experience, etc. have been the obstacles that have been standing in their way. Where are you in your career? Are you out of work? Or, are you struggling to handle the workload that has been assigned to you? I know you have been doing the best you can do. But since it is already a given know how
hard you have been working, then why don't you have what you want yet?

Before you can answer that question, you must recognize that difficulty in one area of your life (your career) does not mean that your whole life needs an overhaul.
Career frustration is not a reason to blame yourself for where you are. Instead it is a reason to take responsibility for past decisions so you can deal with them and move on.

So What Can You Do To Move On?

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1. Acknowledge The Disappointments And Wrong Moves

Everyone makes mistakes. It is part of human nature.
But when you judge your entire self for individual decisions, the only one you hurt is yourself. No matter how bad prior decisions were, you will not be able to move forward until you acknowledge them for what they were; and they were simply decisions that you made when you did not know better. You did the best that you could. Leave yourself alone and keep walking.

2. Acknowledge That You Just Need A Little Tweaking

Just because you need to work on your career does not mean that you have to work on your whole life.
Sometimes when we are facing a tough situation, we look to fix ourselves as a whole, and we avoid focusing on the specific area that needs attention. We end up setting ourselves up to fail. When we create a large, overpowering problem that touches all aspects of our lives, we become unable to identify the true setback which can be manageable on it's own.

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3. Use What Does Work

Do you have great relationships with people? Are you an excellent writer? Do you communicate well in person or by telephone? Capitalize on your assets and put a plan together where you can put them to best use.
Everyone has talents and gifts, and so do you. Rather than focus on what's not working, use your strengths to make up for your weaknesses.

4. Get Into Action

Will your career improve on purpose or by accident?
Are you taking actions or have you stopped dead in your tracks? If you are waiting until your career improves on its own before you act, you will be waiting a long time. Your career will get better when you make it better, but only if you keep moving and take actions that will move you forward. Action creates the access to what you want. There are no shortcuts. Don't expect
to find one.

5. Recognize That You Will Get To The Other Side

Life is all about the highs and the lows. If your career is at a low point, remember that it will not be in this state forever. It will get better. Remind yourself that you are more than your career. When you question what's yet to come, tell yourself that your career is only a slice of the pie. You will be rewarded with a bright future.

So what do you say?  You only have one life to live so it might as well be a life you love!

Deborah Brown-Volkman is a noted Career Coach and Mentor who shows senior executives, managers, coaches, and college students how to have a career with meaning and purpose. Deborah is the author of Living A Life You Love, The Pathway To Personal Freedom, and the creator of the Monday Morning Action Tips that make Monday the best day of the work week. To Learn More Visit: http://www.surpassyourdreams.com, send an e-mail to info@surpassyourdreams.com or call (516) 432-2440.

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