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I have completed BE in Mechanical Engg and did MBA in marketing in Singapore. After completing my studies, I have done 6 months intern in Singapore but they haven't provided that certificate. Later on, i got an opportunity to start my own business, then I successfully ran for 3 years and after that, due to a shortage of manpower, I closed my business. So Currently, I'm working on one private consultancy as a business development executive. At this stage, I have a bit of fear about my career, whether am moving in the correct direction or I have to change my career. Please suggest your opinion.
From India, Bengaluru
Om Jha

Babu Alexander

Take a paper and write what you want to be at the age of 45.
Write a baby steps ( 3 year short term goal) to attain that long term goal
Write the negative set back to achieve the goal in baby steps, and how to over come, with positive/ supportive factors.
Achieve that goal. You will win. Noting is impossible. Concentrate your goal. Be Happy.

From India, Madras
Om Jha

I believe the time has come to "Take Charge of Your Career". You should make up a plan and have a focus on what really you want to do, where your motivation lies, what are your engagement factors. To go about this I would suggest you follow a Career CODE. This will help you to get a clarity and a way forward.
We obviously can't get the past undone but we can definitely be more proactive about our future. Kindly inbox me to know more about Career CODE.
Om Jha

From India, Bengaluru
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