By, Alex Wan
Considering a Change: Exploring Your Options
Have you felt like the past couple days at work have been boring. IF you have felt like that then consider changing your job. The only thing that will happen is that it will only get more boring working there. Wen you are consider changing a job be sure to ask the interviewer questions. But when the interviewer ask you questions make sure you keep your answers short.
Questions that will help you and make a good start
- What things do i do to enjoy my spare time?
- What things do i do well?
- What would i like to change about my present career?
- How did you get started in this career?
- What defines success in this career?
- What skill or training are necessary in this career?
- What are the greatest challenges i this career?
- What is an average day like in the work field?
Developing a Plan: Mapping Your Moves
Different types of plans
covers topics including the company overview, the product or service you are selling, the target market and strategy of your company, your implementation milestones and goals, management team, and financial forecasting and analysis.
is a very simple business plan that typically includes the following sections: an executive summary, a company overview, a mission statement, and a market analysis.
Internal plans will reflect the needs of the members of your company.
Making the Change: Burning No Bridges
The Three Possible ways to Focus on changing a Job
- Same job new company - if you like your job but not your employer
- New job new company - you decide you just don't like what you're doing
- Start over - do something completely different such as turn a hobby into a career
Beginning the New Journey: Showcasing Your Experience
- Give yourself 90 days the day you start a new job so you can become unstressed.
- Focus on some quick wins by setting goals and getting them accomplish.
- Build the new skills up that you will need for the job. if you need help then go ask the manger.
- Learn the names of the new people you work with.