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Are you ready to change your career? If so you’re not alone because as many as 7 in 10 people would change if it was possible.

Perhaps you are more determined or you feel forced into a change; either way I am certain you will have thought about ways to change your career that involve working from home or working online, perhaps even internet marketing.

Internet marketing is the most commonly proposed idea to start over with your career, promising as it does the opportunity to work when and how you wish and make lots of money very easily.

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It’s very understandable why many people want to go down that route, but the fact of the matter is that less than half of one percent are able to replace their full time income in under two years. Living without an income for that period of time is well beyond most people’s means regardless of the expected eventual payoff!

Instead let me show you the surest and easiest ways to change your career, get it back on top form and enhance your income through changes to your existing job. Build that up first THEN you can start to move into the online world from a stronger foundation.

When you approach it this way, you’re going to feel good again about your job and career; you’ll get a renewed sense of career satisfaction from it and I promise you that you can do it if you believe in yourself.

To change your career, work on the job you have (unless you don’t have one) and start by changing small aspects of it.

To do this you need to think about how to:

* work out your goals and targets
* build up your self confidence
* enhance your Resume or CV
* create a self-marketing strategy that works;
* find out how to get from where you are to where you want to be;
* learn how to answer tough interview questions;
* polish your interview presentation skills;
* produce exemplary covering letters and job applications;
* access hidden or unadvertised jobs easily
* stay motivated throughout your career change;
* finally win the job you want.

When you change your career is your decision, but throwing away what you already have may not be the wisest decision, so follow this advice and change the easier parts first, then you can decide what follows.

This way you stay in control of both your own future and your finances.

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