Daily Productive Sharing 154 - How to Change Your Career Path?

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(The English version follows)

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如何转行?这是一个非常有挑战的问题,尤其是跨度很大的转行。今天的作者从家庭事业转行成为了一位专业的平面设计师,他结合自身经历给出了一些具体建议:

  1. 找到相关资源;
  2. 动手去做,动手去学;
  3. 做一个副业项目;
  4. 尝试和相关人士交流;
  5. 勇敢地踏出那一步。

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原链

Ask Doist: How Do I Make a Career Change When My Current Skills Aren’t Easily Transferable to a New Professional Path? - Ambition & Balance

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How do you change your career? This is a\ challenging question, especially when it comes to changing careers across a wide range of disciplines. Today's author, who has changed careers from running a family business to a professional graphic designer, gives some specific advice based on his own experience.

  1. find relevant resources.
  2. get your hands dirty and learn by doing.
  3. work on a side project.
  4. try to talk to relevant people.
  5. be brave enough to take that step.

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Ask Doist: How Do I Make a Career Change When My Current Skills Aren’t Easily Transferable to a New Professional Path? - Ambition & Balance

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Excerpt

So I decided to take matters into my own hands, learning as much as I could and building my skills by practicing them on personal projects.

While the precise steps I took were design-specific, the overarching principles––learning by doing, having career conversations, self-education––are ones you can adopt to build real skills and grow your confidence and abilities in your desired career path.

If there’s one piece of advice I could give to someone starting to pursue their dream today, regardless of their current situation, this would be it: pursue what makes you happy!

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