By Longson, Sally
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Keep them alive and active. What's happened to your employer? If you're thinking of going back to the role you once had with the same organisation, questions to ask are: Does your previous job still exist? What has changed in the organisation? Does the company still exist? Has it merged with or been taken over by another? If the answer to either of these first questions is no, what has replaced it/them? Would you want the same level of responsibility you had before? Have your views on what constitutes the perfect role for you changed in the time you've been out of the workplace?
This will involve considering questions such as: What do you care about? What excites and interests you? What do you want to achieve at work? What are your strengths and talents? What motivates you? Who do you want to work for? Do you want to work for yourself? Do you want to go back to what you were doing? What sort of people do you want to serve? What do you and your family need once you've gone back to work? What will the benefits be to you and your family? What will success mean to you? Chapters 1-8 will help you here.
The importance of 'I will' Many people don't achieve their goals because they are only committed to 'trying' to achieve them. Trying and doing are two different things. The moment you say that you'll 'try' to do something, you've admitted to yourself that you're not wholeheartedly committed to doing it. You're already creating an avenue for escape, or preparing yourself for failure. Banish the word 'try' from your vocabulary. Replace it with the words 'will' or 'do'. Use strong action words, not promises.
Going back to work : a practical guide to re-entering the job market by Longson, Sally