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And here are some additional articles and resources that might be interesting:
My job drains me, but I’m afraid to leave: Letter and response from blog with some pointers on how to prepare yourself for making a big career change.
Information Interviewing – the Key to Moving into the Unknown – blog article on information interviewing along with a link to our 20 minute video class on the topic.
Living Life on My Terms – Kathy shares her story of how she went from being laid off and scared, to designing a life around her core values and passions, one insight and step at a time..
What Makes Life Worthwhile? – Another letter from a reader, along with my response
Five Steps to Finding Work you Love – This article boils everything you need to do to change careers down to five clear steps. Although it does take time to act on each step, the clarity can keep you grounded and moving forward, and prevent you from getting overwhelmed or lost in the weeds.
Three Ways to Get Closer to Work You Love – Many people get caught in “thinking traps” that tell them it’s completely unrealistic to go after work related to what they love. For example, if you love music, you might assume that “the career path” involves joining a band and making it big. But there are hundreds of jobs in the music industry that aren’t so risky, that may be quite lucrative, that might involve doing lots of fulfilling work with music, and that you may already be quite qualified for. This article helps you think about how to discover some new intriguing paths.