Here's a blueprint for seizing new opportunities and growing your career in a tough economy, according to 3 business owners who have done it
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Current economic conditions are forcing many people to change careers.

We asked experts who have made their own transitions — two coaches and a startup founder — for advice on doing it effectively.

They mentioned the value of using other people as sounding boards and remembering that your next role doesn't have to be your last.

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When he got home, his wife mentioned that...

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