Take a step back in your Career

Are you moving forward in your career? Or, are you spinning your wheels wondering when the spinning will stop?

Do you feel at times that you are working hard, but not seeing the results you want? That you are trying to push your way past a brick wall that won’t budge? Rather than pushing forward which is causing stress and frustration, why not pull back instead?

In order to move forward in your career, sometimes you have to take a step back. Back to a time and place when you had clarity and meaning; a time when things made sense to you.

Pulling back doesn’t mean you’ve failed in your current situation. It just means you need to reassess a situation in your career to see if it’s still working or not.

So, How Do You Take A Step Back? Follow These 4 Steps Below:

Decide to pull back

You can’t get what you want in your career until you decide that you want it. Although this seems like a simple concept, many people miss this piece.

Decisions are powerful. They get you geared to go in a certain direction. Without a decision, the intent to do something is not there. Decide to pull back because you know in your gut that it’s time to do so. You’ve been working hard and you need a break. Pulling back allows greater creativity. Decide to pull back because you know it will take you to a better place and you won’t be able to reach your goals until you do.

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