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  • Closing Doors And New Opportunities

    Leaving the certainty of a situation you no longer enjoy for an uncertain future sounds nuts. And that’s precisely why most people resist making a change.

    Upstart Career

    Sometimes you need to shut one door before new ones begin to open up to you.

    Which means:

    – You need to decide you’re giving up on project or business venture before ideas for a new venture show up.

    – You need to make a firm decision to move on from an old job or career for new opportunities and ideas to show up.

    – You need make a decision to change City or Country before new options come up and chance conversations come your way to create opportunities.

    Intuitively we all know this to be true don’t we?

    But it feels scary.

    Leaving the certainty of a situation you no longer enjoy for an uncertain future sounds nuts. The sort of thing your parents and friends would frown upon.

    And that’s precisely why most people resist making a change.

    The reason why they wait and wait for something better to come along instead of trusting their instincts and making the decision that it’s time to change. That whilst they can’t predict exactly what will happen next – that the uncertainty is likely to be less painful (and more exciting) than the pain of feeling stuck.

    That’s when they know it’s time to close an old door and look forward to new doors and new opportunities opening up.

    If you’re considering shutting a door right now, here are 5 questions for you to consider:

    1. What if you did close that door – what’s the worst that could happen?

    Read More:

    http://www.careerhubblog.com/main/2011/03/closing-doors-and-new-opportunities-.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CareerHub+%28Career+Hub%29

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