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You're Allowed to Change Your Mind - Episode #30

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Episode 30 - You’re Allowed to Change Your Mind

When some women read Midlife Career Rebel, they think it means they have to do something radical in their careers. But it's about you finding clarity around the career and life you want and learning how to make the empowered decisions to get it. If that means discovering something new and making a pivot or transition, that's fabulous, but that can also mean staying put and remaining on your current career path. My work focuses on getting you the clarity needed to make career decisions that are right for you. One of the most "radical" things you can do is change your mind. Making intentional, thoughtful choices about what you want to do is part of what it means to be a Midlife Career Rebel. In today's podcast, we're talking about learning how to embrace the power of changing your mind regarding your career. 

In this episode of the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast, you'll discover…

  • Why we struggle with the idea of changing our minds.
  • Why changing your mind doesn't equate to you making a mistake.
  • How we're constantly changing our minds without realizing it.
  • What changing your mind really means.
  • How to rethink what it means to change your mind. 

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