Financing Your Career Change
- Wednesday, October 26, 2011
While getting your finances in order (and learning how to be a business person if you want to be self-employed) aren't exactly "fun" things to do, they are important steps in reinventing your life and will eventually bring you great enjoyment. You can start small in making changes; the important thing is to start! Becoming financially healthy will also have many positive ripple effects in the rest of your life. Living debt-free with a savings cushion and financial spending plan are important elements in freeing yourself to become the person God created you to be and do the things He designed you to do.
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Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck, National Certified Career Counselors, are the authors of Live Your Calling: A Practical Guide to Finding and Fulfilling Your Mission in Life. Their websites, www.ChristianCareerCenter.com, www.ChurchJobsOnline.com, and www.ChristianJobFair.com, feature hundreds of job listings from churches, ministries, and Christian employers; a resume bank; and many other career/job search resources and articles. They also offer career coaching and testing to help you discover work that fits your God-given design, as well as assistance with writing a powerful resume, interviewing effectively, finding job openings, and other aspects of a successful job search. Learn more about their package, Professional Career Testing for High School/College Students.You can schedule a free consultation session today!
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