By Chad Storlie
Career planning is one of those concepts that seems easy, but when you start to get into the decisions and tradeoffs or your career options, it can quickly become difficult. The most important part of career planning is to do it and to do it at least annually.
Follow these tips to help finish the year strong and to start the new year with a great career plan.
Below is an example of how you can create five different career options. These are only a few of the potential possibilities.
Start your career planning off right for the new year. Investigate how well you are doing in your current career track, what trends you can bring from other industries to your current job, talk to other people in and outside your current company, and create career options to make your career plans come true!
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About the Author: Chad Storlie is a Retired US Army Officer, the author of Combat Leader to Corporate Leader and has published over 360 articles in over 185 publications on military veterans, career advancement, business, leadership, strategy, education, financial planning, and national security topics. Chad excels as an author, mentor, speaker, and teacher showing business leaders and military veterans how military skills make lives, careers, and businesses better. Chad is an adjunct Professor of Marketing at the University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management. Chad has a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from Georgetown University.
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