Let's Talk: Issues of Working Women- Realizing Answers

As a working woman who is beginning a career or changing a career, no doubt issues and concerns come to mind about being a working woman. Take a breath and understand this is NORMAL.

Some of those issues or questions you are asking yourself about being a working woman may be:

Do I want a job?

Do I want to change my present job or career?

Do I have the skills to have the job I want?

Do I have the time and resources to learn new skills?

Do I have physical, financial or family constraints that I feel affect my ability to be a working woman?

Here are six simple steps to help you get what you want.

Take a sheet of paper and divide it into two separate columns.

On one side of the paper write everything you worry about or -fear may not happen- and why.

On the other side of the paper, write the good things that will happen to you when you take the first step of your journey.

Now, tear off the negative half of the paper - where you wrote all the fearful things-and put this paper in a dish or in the fireplace.

Then…light it on fire and watch it burn! Say GOODBYE to everything you wrote!

Next, take the positive half of your paper, and before you go to bed, find a QUIET place where you can be alone.

Take your list and read it aloud 10 times before you go to bed.

Do you remember a time when you wanted something (like a new car) and everywhere you saw THE car? This is because you have alerted your subconscious mind to get your desire! This is a critical step to beginning to resolve some issues of working women.

Remember, if you shoot for the moon and miss, you are still among the stars!

Valerie Fitzgerald

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