Saturday, 17 February 2007


So, let's have a recap. The important things in a difficult career decision have been, so far, to focus on one's strengths. You don't need to do anything with those strengths to begin with, just work out what they are. And think about them a bit.

Then it's a question of moving. This is both literal and metaphorical. Firstly, move physically. This must be in something which you can fit in to your day, is comfortable (i.e. does not cause you pain) and which gets you out of the house. Second, move metaphorically. Do something. Take a course. Start a blog or a diary. Go to talks. Read books. Make a plan or start something which may or may not succeed.

This is important if you find yourself in limbo and unsure what to do. The answer is 'something'.

But what then?

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