If you’re not ready to hop onto the train and go, don’t. When the time is right, you’ll use that ticket.
Are you considering a life change?
Thinking about moving to another part of the country? Maybe you feel it’s time for a career change. You may be in a relationship that isn’t working out—or one that needs to get more serious.
You’re thinking, you are wondering, you are confused.
How do you know when its time to let go? How do you know when its time to move on?
Here’s a clear way to tell what’s going to be your right choice.
When it’s time to move on, you will have very little reluctance to leave behind what you have already. Why is that? It’s because you are genuinely more excited about what you are headed to than what you are giving up.
It’s become more important to you. It means more, in fact in your mind, you are already there. It’s time for you to move on!
But, what if you are conflicted? You are…not…quite..sure what to do. In that case the answer is also crystal clear! The answer is that now is NOT the time and it may never be.
You aren’t ready. Only time will tell if you ever will be ready, but certainly not now. While enticing, the new options haven’t quite grabbed you enough
The fact that you are wondering tells you the new opportunities don’t really mean as much to you as you might have first thought. They have SOME appeal but not enough to pry you away from what you have already established.
When the time is right for you to move on, you’ll know, because you will go—excited about what you are headed towards—and not looking back over your shoulder at what you left behind.
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