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The Do’s and Don’ts of Changing Careers

The Do’s and Don’ts of Changing Careers

Changing your career will require careful planning and determination. Before you make the leap to another job, let’s first take a look at the do’s and don’ts of a career change.

Here Are the Do’s

DO Jot down a plan for a change in your career. Be clear and honest with yourself as to what you want and where you want to be. Clearly think about what you are passionate about, where your interests lie and come up with a strategic plan. Be confident and project yourself positively.

DO Research the field you are interested in getting into. Ask yourself if you are ready to take on new duties and responsibilities. You need to put a lot of effort into executing your plan.

DO get some advice for the career change from experienced professionals. There are many books in the market that can guide you during this stage in your life. You can seek out for a mentor who can point you in the right direction.

Changing a career is a challenge and must be undertaken carefully.

DO get a part-time job in the field you wish to enter while you are still with your current employer. Doing so will help you learn and understand more about the new field and if you really have what it takes to succeed in it.

By doing this, you will get a clear and better understanding of the work and expectations of that field. You can also take a course that will give you in-depth knowledge about your new career. By taking a part-time job and an educational course, you will gather both knowledge and experience that will help you land a better job.

DO Get in touch with people in the same line of work. Increase your professional network by attending events and letting people know about your search. While doing so, let people know that you are looking for a job within that field.

Once you are sure what kind of job will suit you best, DO start looking for top employers in that industry. Gather as much information as possible. Tailor your resume towards this new industry.

When you are looking to change careers, you need to focus more on your skills as well as convince the potential employer that you will be an asset to their organization.

Here Are The Don’ts:

DON’T make a career change because your friends or colleagues have. Give careful consideration to your motivation for changing careers. Never make a change because you do not get along with your colleagues or boss.

DON’T let insecurity hold you back from exploring a new career. Do not forget to take the advantage of your previous qualifications and work experiences. Also, don’t make the change if you are not sure about it

After considering the above do’s and don’ts you will find it easy to make your decision. It will require hard work and determination – but you can be successful!…

What Causes Premonitions? Premonition Visions Explored

What Causes Premonitions? Premonition Visions Explored

What causes Premonitions? Premonition visions are attributed to the residence of supernatural or paranormal capabilities and are thought to be just another fragment of the psychic abilities that everybody has, but not everybody may be in tune to applying. Premonitions are often reported as an profound feeling of apprehension or fear, are misunderstood, and are decided upon their effects rather than the practice, and consequently more often than not, are perceived as fortune telling. In spite of the fact that these premonitions are not ordinarily in radiant clarity, they are often emotionally commanding enough for us to act upon them.

The most common method to receive premonition visions is by way of your dreams. Our dreams provides us with awareness and understanding in spite of the fact our conscious mind does not. These sometimes uncomforatble experiences are frequent vehicles of premonitions, either direct or symbolic, as well as in real dreams. In addition, it is conceivable that feelings, whether they remain imprecise forebodings or are implanted in dreams, must at times be subconscious inferences taken from an actual, if not hidden, awareness of existing, known details.

Premonitions taking place in a waking state are more dominant that those that happen in dreams since in the latter they are frequently concealed as symbols, and tend to go unobserved. Advance feelings can give prompt intuitive alerts that take place frequently but are too delicate to impact on the conscious memory. The characteristics can be as subtle as a nagging feeling or can be so overpowering that they shock you out of your day to day routine and stop you from thinking of anything else. They may come about the very next day the vision happened, and some may not occur for years later. Premonition visions may range from uncertain feelings of anxiety, suggestive of a forthcoming tragedy, to real hallucinations, optical or auditory sensations. They can be distinguished from precognition, given premonitions are more senses based, being affected by symptoms of psychical uneasiness, despondency, or anxiety that has no rational explanation, while precognitions are more founded upon knowledge of the future. The true operation of premonitions is not precisely known, that is, why some persons acquire them while other people do not.

Psychic Theorists conceive Precognition has the prerogative to release powerful psychokinetic energies, which in turn can materialise into future events, with all the occurrences happening the way they were visualized. Some people appear to be more receptive to these sorts of feelings and are called ‘sensitive’s’ or ‘psychics’. Precognitive understanding can be obtained by psychics utilising trance, channeling, prophecy and mediumship. This may be because the person undergoing precognition will go into a state of shock, or indeed because they are not used to the new apparent psychic power they hold.

With the progression of the scientific age individuals have begun to rely less on their perceptions and it is only in recent years that science is exploring the significance of human intuition and sensation to fully understand what causes …