Chellie Campbell is here to help you make a career change plan
People are wondering how their lives will be different after the virus ends and work returns to normal. Or will work return to normal? Changes in the workplace are bound to happen, but we’re changing, too. We’d heard people say they may not want to work under the conditions they worked before. How do you feel about your career right now? Do you want to return to life as it was, or is it time to consider a career change?
Chellie Campbell is the creator of the popular Financial Stress Reduction® Workshops which now has licensed Coaches throughout the country, Chellie Campbell’s first book was The Wealthy Spirit: Daily Affirmations for Financial Stress Reduction (Sourcebooks, 2002) which was chosen as a Book-of-the-Week on the Dr. Laura Schlessinger radio show and a GlobalNet Book-of-the-Month selection. Her publisher asked her to write her second book, Zero to Zillionaire: 8 Foolproof Steps to Financial Peace of Mind, which was released in April, 2006. Her third book, From Worry to Wealthy: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Success Without the Stress, was released in February, 2015 and was the #1 bestselling new release in Women in Business and Budgeting and Money Management on Amazon.
More than a few people I’ve spoken with recently told me staying at home has made them rethink their careers. Some colleagues want to try something else, some want more hours at home. I asked financial coach and author, Chellie Campbell about what to do when you want to make change careers and don’t know where to start.
Sometimes part of a great recovery is realizing you want to try something new. If you’re interested in changing careers and don’t know where to start, look into finding a financial coach like Chellie and reading her books or taking her seminar. Or, you can look into programs for vision building, like Underearners Anonymous. Despite the ominous name, UA is really about creating a vision for your career and following through on it.
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