How to Navigate A Career Transition and Crossroads Without Freaking Out

December 10, 2023

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The end of the year can be quite overwhelming.


Amongst deadlines and social get togethers, we can also be thinking about what’s in store in the year ahead. When we’re reflecting on the year that’s just passed, it can cause us to question ourselves, our choices and our paths, and it brings up the question of, can I do things differently?


In this episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m delving into navigating the uncertainty that comes with career transitions and crossroads so that you are better equipped to explore your options and what really matters to you without adding to your stress and anxiety.




In this Episode We Explore:

  • Why the end of a year brings up uncertainty and questioning
  • The mindset frame to use to navigate change
  • Testing and experimenting to figure out what is the right career move for you


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