Kalyn Johnson was a successful 34-year-old attorney at a major New York City law firm. It was the career path she'd always dreamed of, and yet she could count on one finger the number of days she'd been happy on the job. After listening to Kalyn talk about how unfulfilled she was, a friend made a radical suggestion: Strangers were always complimenting Kalyn's style. Why didn't she quit the law firm and launch a business as a wardrobe consultant? The idea of making a career switch intrigued Kalyn, but it also terrified her. "I saw it as a choice between practicing law while maintaining an upscale lifestyle or scraping by as an entrepreneur," she says. "I didn't know if I could do it."
That's the thing about change: We're all for it when it doesn't involve much risk or it's something that instantly makes us happy, like going on vacation. Otherwise, experts say, we're pretty much content to stay safely within the confines of the status quo. "People want to keep doingRead More »from 6 Steps to Make a Healthy Change