Shutting a door opens a window, management trainer says

It’s often difficult when we realise our heart has gone out of what we’re doing work wise and we know we really don’t want to do it anymore. We may face dilemmas over what we could do next; whether we could step away from something that may have been once all consuming or interesting; and we often experience loss and grief over what was and what may have been, if our interest or enthusiasm hadn’t waned. And once we truly acknowledge what we are thinking and feeling it is often difficult to go back over the line of how we were, before we came to those realisations. Difficult as it is, the act of acknowledging how we are about the situation enables us to make peace with it. Once we have peace, we can then become open to new opportunities and possibilities.

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