What to do when you’re too scared to change your career?…

I’ve had a question!..

I often get questions sent to me, usually privately via social media or e-mail, and I do try my best to answer everyone’s queries.  A lot of the questions are the same, and it’s because of this that I thought that I would take the time out to answer here some of the specific questions I get, in the hope that more of you will find the answers useful for you on your own journey.

So, let me introduce this new monthly segment ‘Answers with APE’…I don’t know  I’m just making this title up, but it may stick.  Ha ha.

The first question I’m going to answer was from a lovely lady via Instagram and it went like this…

“How do I change career? I’m too scared that a change won’t work out”.

This is a question I hear a lot, though it comes in various guises, from “I don’t feel confident enough to leave my current job”, to “I don’t think I’ll ever leave as I feel stuck because of ……”  You fill in the blank.  What is it? Money, time, family, commitments.  The list goes on.

So, today I’m giving you a practical, APE style, answer to this question.  Obviously it’s designed to be short, practical and useful to kick start your process.  Enough to allow you  to start to think differently about your current situation and what you can do about it.

So without further ado, let’s get stuck into what I’ve said about this one…

If you’re in this position I hope you’ve found today useful.

I’d of course love to hear form you and if you have a question for me you can send yours to me at serena@apemodelpsychology.com

I’ll be taking one question a month to answer from emails, social media, comments or even my current clients.

I’ll be back next month with another answer to your question and back with a usual nugget of APE wisdom next week.

Til then have a great week!

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