How to Switch Careers
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Tackle the golden question: If you had all the money in the world, what would you be doing with yourself? Don't hold back. This is brainstorming time. Make a list of all the things you'd rather be doing with your time. Your first few answers will probably be something like: Take a tropical vacation, spend more time with the kids, etc. But push your thinking beyond that. Ask yourself if you are content with stringent working hours, accounting to higher authorities etc. If this is what you don't like, then strive for a self actualizing job that gives you exactly what you desire or hope to achieve. Evaluate your skills and talents. Ask yourself: What am I good at? What do I most enjoy doing? Write down every skill you're capable of. Don't be shy. check to see if your current job gives you satisfaction and utilizes all your potential. Identify transferable skills After deciding what career best suits you, and have listed all known skills and talents, identify what skills will best transfer over into your new line of work. The longer the list the easier the transition. If you have only a few or no transferable skills, do not be discouraged. Pursue your passion to find happiness.
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Firstly we listen to the client and help them identify what they really want to achieve with their project and how we can best assist them to be successful.
We then build our project teams to meet the specific requirements of the individual project.

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Every project is treated differently rather than relying on tested solutions that may not be appropriate for that particular opportunity or location.


We communicate openly with our clients to advise them of progress, risk and possible problems on a project. We operate a ‘no-surprises culture’ where we tell people if there is an issue that needs addressing and at the same time provide potential solutions and actions for its remedy.


Pride is taken when we are able to innovate and arrive at new solutions but we do not disregard the hard earned experience taken from completed projects. We capture this in post-project reviews where we always consider how we could have designed or performed better?


Friendly and flexible are two words we use to describe our approach but we remain professional at all times to limit risk and cost to our clients.

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After deciding what career best suits you, and have listed all known skills and talents, identify what skills will best transfer over into your new line of work. The longer the list the easier the transition. If you have only a few or no transferable skills, do not be discouraged. Pursue your passion to find happiness. Always remember that new skills can be easily learned. Other life experiences can also make this transition easy. Some basic life skills have already been acquired. Give yourself a boost and some credit

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Firstly we listen to the client and help them identify what they really want to achieve with their project and how we can best assist them to be successful.
We then build our project teams to meet the specific requirements of the individual project.

HeRAUT India's insight:

Every project is treated differently rather than relying on tested solutions that may not be appropriate for that particular opportunity or location.


We communicate openly with our clients to advise them of progress, risk and possible problems on a project. We operate a ‘no-surprises culture’ where we tell people if there is an issue that needs addressing and at the same time provide potential solutions and actions for its remedy.


Pride is taken when we are able to innovate and arrive at new solutions but we do not disregard the hard earned experience taken from completed projects. We capture this in post-project reviews where we always consider how we could have designed or performed better?


Friendly and flexible are two words we use to describe our approach but we remain professional at all times to limit risk and cost to our clients.

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