Changing jobs brings challenges you probably wouldn’t imagine. Many people operate with a head full…
John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker, LLC
We are in a state of change like we have never seen before. Anytime we are in a state of change it is good think about change in many dimensions. One of those dimensions is your career.
You’ve probably noticed that when you work away from your daily office environment your brain operates in a different way. For one thing, it’s not bombarded by the stimulus from being around others. There are times when your ability to concentrate makes you much more productive, to the point that you wish you could be that way more often.
There are other times when you may be more subject to distraction. In its benign form that’s what people call daydreaming. If you find yourself with time to think and reflect, though, why not think about your career. Ask yourself …
- What responsibilities do I have that I’d like to hand off to someone else? What would I like to be doing more of?
- Could this be the time to begin the shift from being a doer to a seller/doer? How should I get started? Click here to read more about making a plan.
- What is my Career NPV? Click here to read more about your Career NPV.
- Sure, I’m happy now. But what am I doing to make sure I’m happy three to five years down the road. Email us for a confidential conversation.
Before you go back to the same-old, same-old, give some thought to what you want from your career over the long-term.