When a job opportunity in a company comes to an end, remember that it doesn’t mean you are retiring early. This article is dedicated to all those employees or workers who are asked to leave their offices at a younger age because for various reasons their company knows the best. As I read on Google about the company itself trying to get into downsizing and a slow hiring process, I was shocked. I never imagined that a big company like it would have to cut down costs, considering Google is the most used search engine all over the world.
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However, things are not bad just with the internet giant there are several other companies who are adopting the practices of removing their senior employees so that they can pay salaries to the staff consisting of junior and mid-level employees. So, do you think when one door i.e. your most loved job’s journey ends, should you stay back at home and consider yourself retired from work? Well, even if you have a huge bank balance and savings that are enough for your lifetime expenses, my suggested answer to you would be still a NO.
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There is a lot of work to be done to make this society and the world a good place to live in. So, if you are someone who has seen it all and done it all on a managerial or leadership level, don’t consider staying back at home would be an ideal choice for the rest of your life. You can consider coaching and mentoring the younger generations who are so confused about what they want and have to do in their lives when they are exposed to so many options.
You can consider taking up Consultant roles in organizations that can pay you as per your experience and also give you Flexi-timings so that there is a work-life balance goal that you can achieve in this phase of your career. You can even think of starting your own micro or small business wherein you write or talk or convey whatever you have learned in your corporate journey to the rest of the world. That’s why the article’s title and first line suggests you wake up and stop looking at the closed door, and start opening the doors of opportunities that have been waiting for you for so long.
You never know how influencing and encouraging your knowledge and wisdom can be to others. You have no idea of how your academic qualifications and skills can be a boon to others who are stuck up in their jobs or careers. This is why it is important for you to rethink and restrategize your lives every now and then.
So what if you fail in your new job or career journey? How difficult it is to manage failures or hardships in your new journey? But don’t you think they won’t matter to your major purpose in life if you keep your focus straight only on the goals and nothing else that comes your way?