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Re: What makes you excited having a new career?

Post by Donnavila Marie01 » 30 Aug 2017, 08:48

The thought of freeing myself from an old system and welcoming my new career is like welcoming a new bright beginning of my monotonous life.
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Post by Darakhshan Nazir » 30 Aug 2017, 19:21

Everything about new beginnings and its freshness gives excitement
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Post by jeminah28 » 31 Aug 2017, 04:27

Darakhshan Nazir wrote:Everything about new beginnings and its freshness gives excitement
Your right! New beginnings gives excitement, and when managed well it will last even if ups and down will come. it will survive. :tiphat:
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Post by Donnavila Marie01 » 31 Aug 2017, 04:46

akeseh wrote:Totally leaving your fiancee for a new career is not the best. I believe internal arrangement can be made without necessarily breaking from a relationship.
Having a new career is great because of the new experience to acquire as well as the remuneration.
I agree. Leaving someone because of a new career must be an arrangement between the two parties. Career must not be a hindrance to a successful relationship.
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Post by IsabelMay » 01 Sep 2017, 13:14

Meeting new people, getting out of a routine and I'd definitely look forward to changing my surroundings. Working in a new space, with new people and new tasks would be challenging, but (I hope) also enjoyable.
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Post by RegularGuy3 » 04 Sep 2017, 15:22

I changed my career once--to go into a company that relates to food, which has always interested me.

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Post by 0719672189 » 06 Sep 2017, 00:44

I get excited with new ventures and a great adventure is great too.
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Post by Uwazie Emmanuel » 06 Sep 2017, 12:10

New experiences, friends and environment make me celebrate a new career.
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Post by katiesquilts » 10 Sep 2017, 02:50

I'm certainly excited when I can look at what I'm doing now and imagine it in the future -- the growth it's gone through and the response I've received from it. If the future doesn't look good for what I'm working on, I just don't feel like doing it!

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Post by Chuks Daniel » 10 Sep 2017, 12:14

Having a new career can be exciting and nostalgic.Worth checking out.
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Post by Ljessup » 11 Sep 2017, 21:16

I have worked at five different places within my career and the thing I am always most excited about is building new relationships with children and watching them grow and change throughout their time with me. It is such a wonderful things to see children figure something out, or get better at skills and want to show that off! I get to watch not only my students do so, but also my son and it is the most rewarding aspect of my job!
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Post by Sabina G » 14 Sep 2017, 23:13

Having a new career gives you the opportunity for starting over again and leaving some past situations behind. That's what I find exciting about it.
If apart from that, that new career makes you learn and get familiar with new concepts, it is even better.
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Post by Abayomi2060 » 15 Sep 2017, 02:26

Leaving your fiancee for a new career is something I cannot bring myself to support.

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Post by Ana Njeri » 17 Sep 2017, 03:12

The possibilities that the new career opens up. For instance, if you get a job in a different country and you have never travelled before, you are going to be excited to see the people in that country, learn their culture, eat their food, walk on their beaches, see their animals, enjoy their air, ride their bicycles. But then after the thrill wears off, and homesickness sets in, you might decide to change career paths again and come back home.
A ship is safe in the harbor but that's not what ships are for. So be the person outside the box, get out of your comfort zone, that's the person you want to be.

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Post by mumoscar » 18 Sep 2017, 05:13

I new career isn't bad but it shouldn't victimize a hard earned relationship. There are many thinks that emerge in life; if it means ending relationships to accommodate them the it would be too unfortunate.

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