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Sneak Peek - Mission: Career Transition

In just a few short weeks, we're releasing our digital guide to military career transition:

This 100% digital guide features over 150 pages of real world advice to help you in your career transition, over 15 worksheets to get you focused on your strengths in the workplace and 10 videos with the CSA experts to help guide you through the process.

Best of all, the guide to commpletely digital, meaning you can access the materials when it's convenient for you.

Here's a sneak peek at the first briefing:

Practical steps to take right now
Here’s a list of specific things you can do right away to help you prepare for the months ahead.

  • Clear your schedule. Give yourself time.
  • Conduct a thorough personal financial inventory
  • Have a contingency plan (aka “a job”)
  • Communicate with family and loved ones about what you’re doing
  • Put the word out to your personal network

Clear your schedule.
Give yourself time. Modern life is a time sink, and if you’re home after an extended deployment overseas, there will be many friends and loved ones who will want to see you. Decide how much time you’re willing to spend, and then stick to your schedule. Perhaps you want to dedicate a month or six weeks to devote exclusively to family or get caught up with old acquaintances. If you can afford to do so, fine. Make that decision and stick to it.

Once that time is up, however, it’s up! Let everyone know that you now need concentrate on your career transition. Ask for their help. Make a request that they respect your need to put in whatever time you require to go through this process successfully.

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