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Plan B

"One thing I realize is that everything ends up working out. Sometimes even better than you can imagine. Remember this when you're in a

hard place or feel like you're being challenged the most. Believe in where you're heading." ~ Unknown


The quote above I saved a couple of months ago; I know it would come in handy.

When I got laid off in 2019, I had no idea of my path. I had left a job I had for 30 years for a promotional opportunity.

One I was not given by my prior employer, and it was a dream of mine.

Leadership has always been my passion. Then another company acquired

the company where I was working.


I learned having a plan B in your professional or personal life is critical.

Once I knew we were ahead of me, I immediately conducted my career strategist. We began working on my resume and a plan for me to start a possible job search journey.


I was so glad I was proactive and understood what was needed. During this time, I had to have surgery. I needed to be ready.


My proactive actions paid off. I successfully landed a new job and was only unemployed for 1- month.


People ask me if I regret leaving the job I had for over 30- years. I tell them "no" because I love the job I have now. It allows me so much creative license and provides me with work-life harmony.


Always have a Plan - B.







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ngeter
ngeter
27 mag 2022

I applaud you, Renee. Moving up is hard to do, no matter the industry we're employed in. Stepping out on faith most often proves to be the most fruitful thing we may ever do. Self-confidence, too, gives us the strength to forge forward. Many aren't as fortunate or favored; it's harder now since the pandemic greatly impacted our 'new' reality of what is.


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