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Episode Info:   In this Sara Solo Show, Sara delves into the seventh of her Seven Cs of Successful Career Change, a system that addresses the most common areas that industry changers need to develop in order to be successful in their career shift. Sara points out that the seventh C, or Collaboration, is all about enlisting others to actively support you on your career change journey. 'Cause getting help isn't a luxury (and neither is doing what you love for a living!). You're worth it! So whom should you ask for help? A therapist? A career counselor? A coach? A mentor? Listen and find out! Sara discusses: "Sara Solo Show" episodes that lay the foundation for this one: Episode 026: The Myth of Personal vs. Professional Episode 029: Commitment, Time Tracking and the Power of "No" Episode 032: Curiosity and Investigating the Unexpected Episode 035: The Keys to Clarity Episode 038: Courage and Questioning Our Thoughts Episode 041: Communication and Putting Ourselves Out There Episode 044: Cultivating a Community of Supportive Go-Getters with Sara McArdle Sara's Seven Cs of Successful Career Change Chart The importance of getting the support you need to make your career change happen The difference between therapists, career counselors, career coaches, and mentors (GENERALLY speaking!) You'll get what you put in, no matter whom you work with The idea that getting help, or doing what we love is a luxury Please leave a postcast rating and review Support Women Who Went for It! with a monthly Patreon contribution GET HELP and collaborate by scheduling a free Strategy Session with Sara on her website ...and more! Connect with Sara and Women Who Went for It: Facebook:  Website:  Nominate a Podcast Guest:  Email:  Phone: 503.893.2043   Want to make your own career change? Download Sara's Seven Cs of Successful Career Change Chart....
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