Saturday, October 27, 2012, AM | 1 Comment
Quite often, we all wish to do something different. From our childhood we seem to have been molded in a certain thinking environment. We remain in that mold and never even try to get out of it.
Maybe existing mold you are in works for you but if it does not, then it’s time to break the mold and get out of it.
It’s always a good idea to do something different but better. Try to look for more efficient ways to perform your daily business.
“If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always got.” W. L. Bateman
Mind you it takes a lot of courage to change, but how will we ever know what change could bring if we don’t take that first step to implement something different in our life?
Both abrupt and slow changes can work if you put your mind to it. However, for some one kind of change would work better than the other.
Think Globally Work Globally
Expand your job search overseas. While the U.S job market continues to improve, the European and Asian workforce are thriving. Develop your language skills and keep in mind that money has no borders.
International jobs can be your ticket to personal fulfillment and career success. International jobs can provide exciting challenges and more, offering the experience of a lifetime.
In addition to the enriching personal growth you will face by living and working in a different part of the world, the skills you gain will make you immeasurably marketable in today’s global economy. However, international jobs are not always easy to come by.
If you know your stuff, try passing on your knowledge to others. Not only does teaching experience make for a stronger resume by demonstrating leadership and expertise, it also could be a way to maintain an income while between jobs.
Start a business
One way to get around the stresses of layoffs, age discrimination, outsourcing, and even the annoying gridlocked commute is to go into business for yourself.
Whether your venture is only a part-time job, or the solution to all financial strife, consider each 9-to-5 job as training for one day opening your own business.
In a Nutshell
There is nothing in your high school textbook which says you have to work in certain jobs in order to make money.
Starting your own business and working in it may be your dream of making ends meet and then some.
So get out and try out something different.Facebook.com/doable.finance