While a lot of individuals dream of switching over to a career line drastically different form their current vocations few actually take the plunge. The costs of change and possible fear are enough to drive away such dreams. Some however have made the transition smooth, so methods have been identified for doing this. For a start, professionals must keep learning new skills. The funds generated from the main career can often be used as an investment to learn this new vocation. The friends circle must not be restricted to the current industry or organization but spread wide so that critical contacts may be developed. This also helps because people from unrelated industries tend to give a more unbiased or authentic view than insiders as the latter are wary of reasons for asking. Business innovations meanwhile can be developed at odd places, such as creating a platform to connect musicians in New Orleans with possible clients post the devastating Hurricane Katrina.


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