TAILIEUCHUNG - Choosing A New Career Path

The Jane Doe in this story might be the receptionist at a busy medical office, or she might be the doctor. She might be the Division Manager for the number one seller of the number one brand of superior cogs. She might be the waitress at your favorite restaurant, or the CEO of prosperous company. She might hold any job, make any salary amount, be any age you imagine, and still be miserable. No matter what job circumstances you might envision Jane in, the fact is she feels stuck, with no way out. . | Choosing A New Career Path By Sue Nowacki and Steve Burt Jane Doe faced weekday mornings especially on Mondays with real regret. She sat at her kitchen table until the very last moment wishing it were still the weekend before driving her car to work. She was grateful for every red light that delayed her trip. She d pull into the office parking lot feel her jaw clench and mentally count the hours until she could return to her car to leave again. She felt as if she d been sentenced to punishment with no hope of reprieve. There was no early release program for good behavior no great perks or pats on the back for earnest efforts and no hope of financial advancement that might allow her some hope of getting out of a miserable situation. She had bills to pay. She had people at home depending on her. She d remind herself of all these things as she parked her car and turned off the ignition. She d will herself out of her car walk up to the front door and face another day at a job she didn t enjoy. She d always allow herself one last moment to wonder Where has the challenge gone Why doesn t anyone appreciate me I wish I could do something different before she d open the office door to start another day The Jane Doe in this story might be the receptionist at a busy medical office or she might be the doctor. She might be the Division Manager for the number one seller of the number one brand of superior cogs. She might be the waitress at your favorite restaurant or the CEO of prosperous company. She might hold any job make any salary amount be any age you imagine and still be miserable. No matter what job circumstances you might envision Jane in the fact is she feels stuck with no way out. When Jane initially considered changing her career path her first thought was actually a self-imposed wall. I can t do this because. . . Fill in the blank . . . Jane could find lots of reasons why she couldn t do something to change her career. Sometimes it s easier and less frightening to .

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