Most of us are accustomed to planning careers in terms of time. "Where will I be in two years? What should my job be when I'm 50?"
Here's a different approach: think about what results and milestones you'd like to achieve. Then get ready for your next step.
I think this is a great approach, Luckiest. Once you make some decisions on what your priorities are and what you want your lifestyle to look like, you can explore options for employment in a field that will best help you achieve those goals. Thanks for posting!
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