7 Signs You Are Ready For A Work-Life Pivot

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There are company and life pivots, but what about a work-life pivot? Last week, I hosted 10+ Navy Seals as they consider their options as they transition out of the military. Most have been serving us for 15-20 years. They have worked within a structured environment yet trained to operate in small teams. They are clearly approaching a work-life pivot. A work-life pivot is more than just a new job. Each of us is responsible for managing our career, and if you are taking a proactive approach to this task, you will undoubtedly be making a few job pivots. Each one of these changes in direction can be more than just the same job with more money over in company B instead of company A. Not a week goes by that I am not sitting with someone that is trying to figure out what they want to do next. Some of these are entrepreneurs considering a startup. This is definitely a work-life pivot as the impact this has on the founder, their family and friends is tremendous. Some are like the Navy Seals who are abandoning their structured environment for something completely foreign to them. These men can go to a small company and

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