Six Things to do When You've Lost Your Job: Career Intuitive and Author Sue Frederick Offers Career Guidance

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When you've lost your job, these simple steps offered by New York Times featured Career Intuitive and Author Sue Frederick will help you move forward to find a new and improved career.

If your career has recently ended, now is the time to think out of the box about what you've come here to do. This is your great opportunity for reinvention. In order to tap into the great abundance that still abounds on this planet, try these six steps.

Career intuitive and author Sue Frederick, whose work has been featured in The New York Times, says: "If your career has recently ended, now is the time to think out of the box about what you've come here to do. This is your great opportunity for reinvention. In order to tap into the great abundance that still abounds on this planet, try these six steps."

1.    Shut up! Quit telling your sad story to everyone. Take a deep breath and recognize the gift in this opportunity to reinvent yourself. It's not the end of your world, it's the beginning. Quiet the fear thinking and tap into your higher intuitive self where you'll find guidance you can trust.

2.    Be grateful for this opportunity to reinvent, and be honest about how unhappy and off-path you've been. Make a list of the secret career dreams you've stuffed away because you've been so exhausted in your old career.

3.    Remember who you really are. Chances are good that you haven't been living and working true to your authentic self and what you came here to do - or you wouldn't have hit this bump in the road. Stop hiding. Claim your real talents and gifts and realign your work so that you're making a living directly from those talents.

4.    Look around you at this new world and ask: What needs do I see in the world that inspire me to take action, think out of the box, and use my gifts to make a difference? (Whatever idea excites you most is a clue to your next career.)

5.    Stop asking: "Who do I think I am to try to a new career?" Start asking: "Who do I think I am to ignore the work I came here to do? Who do I think I am to ignore the gifts and talents I brought with me? Who do I think I am to ignore the purpose of my life story?"

6.    Surrender what you know. The new direction reveals itself only when you're open and have let go of your old story. When you have a new idea, take one baby step at a time and surrender the outcome. The rest will unfold gracefully as long as you don't get in the way.

Frederick's books such as Dancing at Your Desk (available on Amazon.com) and her career sessions and teleseminars available through http://www.CareerIntuitive.org provide powerful tools that help people align their lives with their mission to find true success and abundance.

To schedule Sue Frederick for a media interview contact:
http://www.CareerIntuitive.org
303-939-8574
PO Box 17343
Boulder, CO 80308

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