A career change in my life is for the better

A career change in my life is for the better

A career change in my life is for the better.

I look forward to change because it is through change that I grow and come one step closer to achieving my purpose.

A career change will be good at this time in my life because there is no better time than the present to embark on a new adventure.

This life is not eternal; therefore, I choose to spend my time exclusively on activities which I am passionate about. Today is the day for me to start doing what I love to do. There is a time to be responsible and cautious, but there is also a time to take risks and follow my heart.

At this time in my life, it is best for me to pursue my dreams. I have a fresh and new perspective on life, which causes me to reconsider the rut in which I find myself.

Awakening from this comfortable state requires courage and determination but produces gains beyond measure. I am thrilled about my opportunity to reinvent myself through a new career.

I reject any doubts that try to induce fear within me about my future. The truth is that in these uncertain times life is a gamble. Whether I continue on my current path or choose to change careers, I am taking a risk.

Today, I choose to become informed about a new career and begin to plan a change. Launching myself out of my comfort zone is just what I need to attain happiness in this season of my life.

Questions for Self-Reflection:

  1. Am I stuck in a rut? If so, what steps can I take to get myself out?
  2. What new career interests me?
  3. How does a new career bring me closer to fulfilling my purpose in the world?

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2 Comments

  1. Eldridge DuFauchard says:

    Hi Allegra,

    I am in total alignment with your post here. Until we are aligned with our purpose here on this planet, we will be distracted and unfulfilled no matter how much money we make!

    Getting out of our comfort zone is key in reaching our full potential!!

    Thank you for this reminder!

    1. Allegra Sinclair says:

      Hi Eldridge!
      Distracted and unfulfilled? That doesn’t seem fair–life should pick one or the other! LOL I agree that money can’t make up for mis-alignment. Working in a job that ‘breaks our hearts’ has a cost attached to it which diminishes our satisfaction proportionally. I have had jobs that paid very little that I loved and really fed my soul and I have had other jobs that paid a lot of money that sapped my energy and spirit. You are welcome for the reminder; I appreciate you joining the conversation.
      Take care, Allegra

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