Move Your Career Forward With Psychic Glenna’s Tips
Are you underpaid, overworked, or just unsatisfied with your current job? Maybe your intuition is telling you it’s time to move on and explore new possibilities, but the fear rears its ugly head and keeps you stuck where you are.
Psychic Glenna ext. 5418 uses her natural intuitive gifts to help callers navigate many concerns, including career, job, and money issues. Career and work questions are a specialty of hers. I recently chatted with her about what to do when the fear of change holds you back in your professional life.
Realizing It’s Time to Move Forward
“When you start to feel that edge, there’s a reason for it” says Glenna. “If you stay in one place because of fear, you won’t leave on your terms. It’s always easier to get a job when you have a job. There’s an old saying I love: ‘Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid.’”
What if the Fear is Holding You Back?
“People in the middle of a change can get scared” Glenna told me. “Letting the fear come in is detrimental. They need to get past fear. It may sound easier said than done, but it is necessary. Things come up in our lives so we can work them out. We keep getting opportunities to change things around.”
Overcome the Fear
“It’s important to remember that God will not leave you in the lurch when you are making that leap or transition. You are never alone. And you must remember your commitment to your own growth.”
If You Can’t Make That Change Just Yet
How can you deal with your present situation if you can’t make the jump just yet? Glenna advised, “Think of something you like about being in your current job every day—it could be the color of the door! Could be that you had a really good lunch that day. This will cause a shift. It’s like shifting a ship around to another course. And energetically, other people around you in that environment will start to respond too.”
Glenna is a great resource for people in transition. She describes herself as that springboard her callers can talk to for a fresh perspective. Glenna said, “I see the big picture of what’s coming up, and it’s wonderful.”