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My 4 Step Strategy for Changing Careers

I’ve done it twice.

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Career changes these days are more common than ever. The decentralization the internet has wrought coupled with a societal push to pursue our dreams has resulted in the demise of the 40 year career at General Electric topped off with a gold watch. Amen to this trend and the squillions of tortured souls it has saved.




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David Gerken

David Gerken

Meditation and Mindfulness teacher. Dad of three precious kids. Former writer for THE WEST WING. Follow me at

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