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I haven’t been taking actions to find my new direction.
I have the energy to work over 12 hours a day, if necessary.
Success is often about seeing opportunities and taking them.
I have more skills or experience for a new direction than I did 2 years ago.
I regularly interact with people of different ages and backgrounds.
I am confident in continuing success in my new direction.
I am willing to sacrifice leisure time to work on my next direction.
What happens in the future largely depends on luck.
I don’t have the financial resources necessary to take a new direction.
I know I should think about my future.
I like to think on my feet.
I see ways to solve practical problems around me.
I don’t participate in group or online platforms to share information and advice.
I am concerned I can’t sustain my new direction for long.
I don’t have the time to think about a new direction.
Family pressures limit the choices I can make about future directions.
People who know me would say I take well considered risks.
I am often willing to give advice and information to others.
I see opportunities where I can apply my skills and experience.
I need to change my future direction.
I am free to do anything, if it appeals to me.
If you don’t know how things will turn out, it is best to do nothing.
To do something properly it is better to do it yourself.
A lot of people talk about taking a new direction but I am doing it.
I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about options for my future
One or more persons outside of my family know the real me.
I believe groups perform better than individuals working alone.
I have reached the peak of my abilities.
My skills or experience limit my options for a new direction.
Focused effort and commitment will lead me to a new direction.
Money is not an issue in my choice of new direction.
There is no need to make changes in my current situation.
I like working with other people.
I don’t see different ways to apply my skills and experience.
I am not a good problem solver.
I can keep a sense of humor when things get difficult.
I get stressed when things don’t go as planned.
I am comfortable revealing my thoughts and feelings to others.
I have health issues that affect my energy levels.