Shawn Achor, a renowned psychologist and Harvard lecturer says the “external
Rather than happiness being the result of success, studies have shown that the opposite is true. Happiness and positivity actually fuel success and performance and have to come first. This has a huge impact on career change as Achor also reports that only 25% of job successes can be predicted by intelligence. 70% of job successes are the result of optimism levels, support systems and the ability to see stress as a challenge rather than a threat.
Whether you have a positive or negative mindset is a choice that only you can make but it is an important one, particularly during your career change.
Whilst it is the case that it is not always easy to have a positive approach, there are techniques that will aid you in your career change that are very effective, such as affirmations, expressing gratitude and creative visualization.
If you would like my help in developing a positive mindset for your career change, contact me at Ghazala@careerchangeat40.com.