What Makes a Successful Career Change

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What Makes a Successful Career Change

Postby JenniP » Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:00 am

Success comes to people who have the right attitude.

1. They give their best. They always put their best foot forward and devote their time and effort in ensuring their career change success.
2. They understand that great things can come from small beginnings. They are not worried about trying out new things and face challenges as they come.
3. They are innovative. Those who are successful with their career change are always passionate about making a difference. They are those who think 'out of the box.'
4. They are focused to their goal and that is to be successful in their new field.
5. They accept failure. These people are neither overwhelmed nor discouraged with failures. They see all obstacles as opportunities to grow.
6. They are optimistic. They are always hopeful and positive about their future and are daredevils when it comes to taking risks.

How about you? What are your thoughts on making a successful career change?

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Re: What Makes a Successful Career Change

Postby kombat » Wed Dec 19, 2012 5:32 am

bharatbookbureau wrote:When ever someone choose a career of their interest, they always succeed.


Good to know, thanks for that grammatically-challenged pearl of wisdom. I'm off to launch my multinational dog jewelry business.

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Re: What Makes a Successful Career Change

Postby DoingHomework » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:51 pm

kombat wrote:
bharatbookbureau wrote:When ever someone choose a career of their interest, they always succeed.


Good to know, thanks for that grammatically-challenged pearl of wisdom. I'm off to launch my multinational dog jewelry business.


With due respect Kombat, the sarcasm dripping from your post seems to indicate that you do not have enough sincere interest in the dog jewelry business to succeed.


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