For me, this week between Christmas and New Year is glorious. It’s a time to let the mind be free of everything that has been weighing it down, allowing new thoughts and possibilities to emerge from the hustle and bustle of preoccupation.

Having enjoyed a much-needed rest, you may now be ready to consider 2016, to get excited for 2016, and to plan for 2016. Writing a plan may seem like too much effort at first, but before you dive back into the Quality Street, consider that no plan can equal no direction, and no direction can leave you adrift in a career wilderness – a scary place to be.

You may be wondering where to start with your 2016 career plan.

Don’t worry, we have that covered.

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