Should you change your career? In a word: Yes.
Here’s the thing. If you’re at a point when you’re really, seriously considering changing your career or heading in a different direction than you’ve always gone, guess what? You need a change. Continuing to head in the same direction will just continue to you unhappy.
Believe me, I’ve been there. I know how deeply soul-sucking to can be to go into a job every single day that makes you absolutely miserable. Maybe you still like your coworkers or maybe the location is convenient or maybe they give you free coffee, but there’s something weighs heavily on you at the very thought of going in to your job.
Take this as exactly what it is: a sign that something’s got to change. That discontent in your heart, that fatigue in your body, that cloudiness in your head…it all means that you’re not okay where you are. Really not okay.
Here’s what I can promise you about copywriting. If you’re a good writer and you’re willing to put in a little effort to learn, it can be a great career. Fulfilling, profitable and even enjoyable.
And you know what? Even if it’s not your end career, copywriting can make you plenty of money in the meantime. Yes, you’ll have to put in some effort. Yes, you’ll have to do your best. But isn’t that better than just staying stuck where you are?
If you want a change, here it is. And your first step is this: commit to making a change. Every time you start to feel crummy about your current job, read one of our blog posts and use it as an action item to getting started. Starting…now.
Let us know in the comments section: what are you going to do first?