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Never Feel Guilty Or Apologetic About Leaving A Job

The moment you realise that a job is never your final destination, it becomes less awkward for you to embrace the reality you’re leaving a job.

It’s a marketplace anyway, so there’s nothing that ties you to a life-long employment contract. There’s always an exit, whether it’s after a few months or many decades.

If you’re ready to leave, then you’re ready to leave. Never feel apologetic about it.

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I know how awkward it can be, leaving a company you’ve been working for. I have experienced this a few times. Here are my thoughts on how to make your exit seamless and less awkward.

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Getting Interviewed For Your Next Career Opportunity

The moment you get that interview invitation, the first thing to realise is that you’re worth interviewing.

Someone has reviewed your CV/resume and matched you against the job spec, so what do you think they are after? Of course to know you better and confirm you’re the right candidate for the role.

This in itself should give you the confidence to soar during your interview.

Now take that confidence into three areas:

  1. Before the interview - prepare
  2. During the interview - be confident
  3. After the interview - relax

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Seeing I am changing roles, a colleague asked me how I ace job interviews. While there isn’t a magic formula in securing a new job opportunity in the market, I did find some useful tips I could share from my experience so far.

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The career portfolio

Whereas a career path tends to be a singular pursuit (climb the ladder in one direction and focus on what is straight ahead), a career portfolio is a never-ending source of discovery and fulfillment. It represents your vast and diverse professional journey, including the various twists and turns, whether made by choice or by circumstance.

Especially for those just starting their careers, it’s important to know that you’re not going to have everything “figured out.” The ability to navigate ambiguity and “not knowing” are in fact among the most valuable skills.

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