One of the author's back-end development friends has transformed from the beauty industry; the author himself has also transformed from offline sales to supermarket manager and then to product manager. There are many friends and colleagues around us who have changed jobs, but a huge leap requires courage and courage. At the same time, we will face the confusion and doubts of people around us, and we also bear a lot of pressure and risks. So there is an old saying - every line is like a mountain. This is also the topic I want to talk to you about Latest Mailing Database today. Is interlaced really like a mountain?
Once the previous methodology series was published, the number of readings on that day exceeded 10,000. It can be seen that everyone is more interested in solutions articles. Therefore, the author also strikes while the iron is hot, and launches the second part of the author's methodology series "Is Interlace Really Like a Mountain? ".
I want to take this to help those newcomers who have just become product managers to clear their doubts and quickly enter the state.
Don't change jobs at will, and don't change jobs across lines at will. Willfulness may come at a price.
The author is currently in the period of resignation and looking for a job. The interviewer will ask questions when he sees that he has done sales and supermarkets. Of course, the author can handle it calmly.
In addition, cross-industry job-hopping can easily completely subvert the previously accumulated contacts, knowledge and experience, which is a very risky thing. Therefore, at the beginning, the author still wants to remind everyone that there are risks in cross-industry, and you need to be cautious when changing jobs.
discover your true nature
If you want to change jobs across industries, you must first ask yourself whether you are fully prepared.
The most important thing at this time is to discover your true nature:
What is your personality like?
What kind of thing or job nature are you interested in?
Do you have a skill?
Do you have ideals?
These are a few questions that I asked myself when I switched jobs across industries.
Of course, in addition to this, for example, Mr. Ma once asked his wife: "Do you want your husband to be respected in the future, or to have a lot of money?" Questions such as this can often determine the future development path.
Therefore, before switching jobs across industries, you must first calm down, have a good chat with yourself, get to know your unfamiliar self thoroughly, and give yourself a user portrait and career plan. You know, once you make up your mind, you can't look back, and there's no turning back.
learn to accumulate
When you really recognize yourself and make up your mind to change jobs, then you need to make a good review of yourself in the next stage.
In project management, when a project is over, it is not a celebration feast, but sorting out data, filing, and summarizing problems.
The same is true for us. You can treat every piece of your work experience as a project. You are the project manager. How to control interpersonal communication, work quality, and summary and filing throughout the project life cycle are the factors that determine the success or failure of this project.
At this stage, you should not be in a hurry to find a job, but stay calm and review the process, experience, knowledge, contacts, lessons, etc. of your previous work, so as to draw a perfect end to the previous job, and this is also the next job. Lay the foundation for the smooth development of the work.
Therefore, the end of each job is actually the beginning of another job. Only a perfect ending can lead to a perfect beginning; only by learning to accumulate experience and summarize problems can there be growth.