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Moving On From a Job You Love

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Moving On From a Job You LoveDo you suddenly feel like moving to a new job, even if there’s nothing wrong with your current one? Here are some reasons why a change could do you good.

Do you feel like something’s been off recently at work? How do you know if it’s time to move to a different job, and just how do you go about it?

You may feel like leaving your current job, no matter how much you love the work you do. Do you know how to deal with the matter professionally? If you think you’re up for a career change, here are some tips on how to make a smooth transition:

1. Accept

Face the situation head-on. Evaluate what’s keeping you in the job you currently have. Do you still enjoy the working environment and your colleagues? Are you still growing as an individual when it comes to your current job? If you think you’ve lost the drive to succeed and want a change in environment, a new job might be the best thing you can do to build your career.

2. Get to Know Yourself

At this point, it’s okay not to know what you’re about to do next. You might want to pause and take time to digest everything before you take action. Have a plan in mind to avoid rash decisions and actions that might hurt your career. At the same time, don’t take too long with the process—You can find yourself in a state of inertia that holds you back when the time comes to move.

If you want to sort out your thoughts, you can ask a friend or a mentor for guidance. Keep your mind open—You’ll grow as you learn.

3. Take Action

Once you’ve figured out the path you want to take, start looking for new work. Consider this a fresh start.Take the time to find an employer you are on the same page with in terms of values and leadership. When you find the right fit, you’ll be motivated to do more.

Don’t be afraid to evaluate your current status if you’ve stagnated and youbelieve you’re no longer valuable as an employee in your company. Welcome new challenges in your career by moving to a new job that you can continue to grow in.

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.