5 Things To Do Right Before You Start A New Job

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What better way to bring a fresh start than with a brand new job. Sometimes, you just need a change of pace. If a job is making you stressed or unhappy, you need to leave. A New Year means you are definitely ready for a new adventure, but that doesn’t mean the change you’re about to face isn’t daunting.

Here are 5 things you can do to help you feel more at ease before you start a new job

1. Have a positive attitude

First things first; a positive mindset. Yes, a new job is scary and is a huge risk, but it also the kickstart you so desperately need. Enter the job with the view that it will be the best thing for you and the chances are it will be exactly that!

2. Update your wardrobe

First impressions are everything at a new job. You will inevitably be judged on the way you’re dressed, so make sure your wardrobe is killer. Whether the dress code is smart of casual, you will undoubtedly feel better walking into work with some brand new clobber.

3. Ask any questions

A new job is entering into the unknown; you’re bound to have some concerns. Whilst it is completely normal to be unsure of things if there are confused thoughts really playing on your mind then ask about them. Drop an email, google advice or ask friends to put your mind at ease.

4. Research your employer

When taking on a new job you’re bound to feel like a little fish in a big pond. Getting out of your comfort zone is great, but it doesn’t mean you can’t do a little to feel more confident in what you’re doing. Get to know the company you’re about to work for and you will feel more at home when you start the job.

5. Plan your week

A new job doesn’t just mean a new office. Its new friends, routines, and environment. Plan your journey so you know exactly how long it will take, clear your schedule to socialize with colleagues and make sure your personal to-do list leaves plenty of space for you to get ahead of the work.

So, there you have it. Take these steps before starting a new job and you will view it for what it really is; a great opportunity and the ultimate fresh start!


Ready to make a fresh start and figure out how to love Monday mornings? The Career Girl Academy is back on Sunday 29 January. So if you’re ready to learn how successful people manage their money – join us at the coolest spot in London and figure out how to reach all your goals! Reserve a guaranteed place when you book your tickets to this event here.


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What better way to bring a fresh start than with a brand new job. Sometimes, you just need a change of pace. If a job is making you stressed or unhappy, you need to leave. A New Year means you are definitely ready for a new adventure, but that doesn’t mean the change you’re about to face isn’t daunting.

Here are 5 things you can do to help you feel more at ease before you start a new job

1. Have a positive attitude

First things first; a positive mindset. Yes, a new job is scary and is a huge risk, but it also the kickstart you so desperately need. Enter the job with the view that it will be the best thing for you and the chances are it will be exactly that!

2. Update your wardrobe

First impressions are everything at a new job. You will inevitably be judged on the way you’re dressed, so make sure your wardrobe is killer. Whether the dress code is smart of casual, you will undoubtedly feel better walking into work with some brand new clobber.

3. Ask any questions

A new job is entering into the unknown; you’re bound to have some concerns. Whilst it is completely normal to be unsure of things if there are confused thoughts really playing on your mind then ask about them. Drop an email, google advice or ask friends to put your mind at ease.

4. Research your employer

When taking on a new job you’re bound to feel like a little fish in a big pond. Getting out of your comfort zone is great, but it doesn’t mean you can’t do a little to feel more confident in what you’re doing. Get to know the company you’re about to work for and you will feel more at home when you start the job.

5. Plan your week

A new job doesn’t just mean a new office. Its new friends, routines, and environment. Plan your journey so you know exactly how long it will take, clear your schedule to socialize with colleagues and make sure your personal to-do list leaves plenty of space for you to get ahead of the work.

So, there you have it. Take these steps before starting a new job and you will view it for what it really is; a great opportunity and the ultimate fresh start!


Ready to make a fresh start and figure out how to love Monday mornings? The Career Girl Academy is back on Sunday 29 January. So if you’re ready to learn how successful people manage their money – join us at the coolest spot in London and figure out how to reach all your goals! Reserve a guaranteed place when you book your tickets to this event here.


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