Sitting around the house catching up on daytime television only works for so long. Eleanor Muffitt writes for The Telegraph with six ways to get a second career going.
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Listen to your instincts to decide what sorts of activities are highly taxing on you physically and emotionally, and which activities make you feel happy and productive. When you have an idea of what you would like to do in a new career, seek contacts that you might realize you already have in your existing network. However, have a clear reason in mind whenever you reach out to someone. Likewise, be practical with your finances, not doing anything too risky. If you decide to set up your own business, start small and do it in your free time, in your house. Lastly, never be afraid to ask for help. You can read the full article here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-business/11377929/Job-advice-Six-ways-to-kick-start-your-second-career.html