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List the top three anxieties you have about your career. Then ask yourself, “To what extent can I control each of these problems?” This exercise can help you transform potentially debilitating worries into action plans. If you conclude that an issue that troubles you is beyond your control, such as concerns over a change of ownership of your parent company, don’t sit and stew. Research the likely new owner and get a head start on identifying its leaders and its approach to running a business.
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