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Recommitting to Your Financial Modeling Career

We all have times in our careers when we lose interest – lose momentum.  If you have found that you have lost your commitment to your financial modeling career and are interested in recommitting yourself, here are some tips to help you get refocused and recommitted to your career.

  1. Remember what you loved about your career and focus on that aspect.  What attracted to you to your career? Think about what you love about your job in financial modeling and then focus on that aspect for a while to help you re-ignite your love for your career.
  2. Read. A great way to get engaged in your financial modeling career is to read up on the latest news and developments within the financial modeling field. Read journals, books, and magazine to help you get excited about your career again.
  3. Network.  Sometime you need to meet some new financial modeling professionals to help you feel engaged and interested in your career again. Join a professional organization, get involved in discussion groups and forums online, and network in your community and online to become more active in the financial modeling field.
  4. Find a mentor. If you don’t have a mentor, get one. You will find that having someone to talk with that has worked in the field longer, or has moved up into a job that you are interested in within the financial modeling field, can help you get excited about your career again and have you engaged in your career development in no time.

It is easy to get into a rut. Every financial modeling professional is likely to come to a time in their career where they are not feeling committed and engaged. If that is where you are, just doing a few things to get you excited again about your financial modeling career can be the best thing you can do for yourself and your future in financial modeling.


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