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Overcoming Paralysis: How To Get Out Of Your Own Way

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  1. Labelle says:

    I totally agree that you should share your plan with someone else to be accountable for the goals and deadlines. Create a career change plan like a business plan.

  2. Albertina says:

    I totally agree with all that you said above. This post is enlightening to us. Thank you for sharing this post to us.

  3. Dez says:

    The coaches are right, taking ANY kind of action is better than nothing. The laws of inertia apply here too.

  4. Cade says:

    That’s not just logic. That’s raelly sensible.

  5. I’ve changed careers twice in the past 7 years, in both cases I was self-employed. Each time I dove in full time with no backup. I find the gut-wrenching terror of failure and becoming homeless is very motivating. I’m not sure if I had done these new careers in my spare time if I ever would have made them a success. I admit, it’s not for everyone, but it worked for me. :)

  6. Nancy says:

    Thanks for the share!

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