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How To Reinvent Yourself In The Workplace

Attorney Jennifer Kennedy works at the law firm Overland Borenstein Scheper & Kim LLP in downtown Los Angeles, Thursday, March 8, 2007. Although construction companies and factories eliminated jobs last month, other employers, including health care providers, financial firms and retailers boosted hiring. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Attorney Jennifer Kennedy works at the law firm Overland Borenstein Scheper & Kim LLP in downtown Los Angeles, Thursday, March 8, 2007. Although construction companies and factories eliminated jobs last month, other employers, including health care providers, financial firms and retailers boosted hiring. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)  ((AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes))

If you’ve been let go, downsized, you’re returning to the workforce after having a baby, you’re recovering from a divorce, facing a midlife crisis or simply feel a burning desire for change, this post is for you!

First of all, I’ll give you the good news. Any and all of the above situations can spark a change for the better. You may feel devastated when these events happen, but if you approach them with the right frame of mind, you may eventually look back and one day feel very grateful for them. Change is not only good, it’s inevitable. The sooner you realize and accept that, the better. Who am I to say this? Someone who’s reinvented herself professionally several times, and found that the next career revamp was always a good thing.

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