This article is a continuation of the six ingredients that can help you change your career. How to change your career part one discusses the first three ingredients. Today we will discuss the other three ingredients.
In the Detroit area, there is no shortage of job openings from which you can choose. The key is to choose the career or job that is right for you. On the Career Builder website, there were 2,782 jobs posted in the Detroit area in the last thirty days.
With that said, let’s look at the last three ingredients:
· Stay focused
· Develop yourself
· Accept more responsibility
Stay focused or get focused on your goal. Focus, as defined, is maximum clarity. The Canfield Training Group states that, “the number one reason that stops people from getting what they want is lack of focus”! You can read more about focus in the book, “The Power Of Focus”.
The next ingredient to change careers is to develop you. Learn more about you in depth. Considering that you have discovered your strengths, grow into the person you are destined to be.
Education, and training are essential to growth. There are at least thirteen colleges in Detroit that you can take advantage of, check them out. College scholarships and tuition reimbursement is available to those who qualify.
If you do not have a G.E.D. or high school diploma, now is a great time to make that dream a reality. You might find that learning is enjoyable and decide to further your education.
The last ingredient to change your career is to accept more responsibility. Do not be afraid to take on more responsibility, it can only lead to greater financial rewards and you will be a blessing to more people. Have you thought about taking on a leadership role? You are likely to recognize these roles as: Supervisor, Manager, Coordinator, Leader, Head, Coach, Director, and Assistant Manager. Whatever role you take on, go to the next level.
Finally, remember that a career change does not happen overnight. Be patient and flexible with yourself. This is your opportunity to live life to the fullest! Prayers go out to you. Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for more exciting career topics.