reinvent (oneself)

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reinvent (oneself)

To create a new style or persona for oneself; to change one's pursuits, way of life, etc. As a teenager, I was always trying to reinvent myself to be cooler or more mysterious. If you're feeling stuck in a rut with your job, maybe it's time to reinvent yourself.
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reinvent (oneself)

To take up a different career or a different way of life.
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SEASIDE towns must be inspired to reinvent themselves to become prosperous and desirable places to live and visit, peers have urged.
TOWN centres in the North East "must reinvent themselves to survive" as a massive crisis grips the High Street.
TOWN centres on Teesside "must reinvent themselves to survive" as a massive crisis grips the High Street, a new report has said.
As a backdrop for the publication of the white paper, company officials noted that the wealth management industry is undergoing major change forcing some practitioners to reinvent themselves. The white paper was created to help advisors navigate those challenges and stay relevant in accelerated times.
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There aren't many black female 40-somethings given the opportunity to reinvent themselves as an action star.
Mohammad Al Abbar, Chairman of Emaar Properties and Board Member of Emaar Malls, said: "Today, the key to ensuring the sustained growth of malls is to reinvent themselves with a focus on the aspirations of a new generation of customers."
Companies need to reinvent themselves to respond to emerging business opportunities and competitive landscape and most critical to that corporate reinvention is employee development.
And there is growing concern UK-wide that neo-Nazis who are banned simply reinvent themselves and operate under a new name.
A combination of the NHS Five Year Forward View, the Dalton Report and the governments austerity strategy requires the NHS make savings and to reinvent themselves as broader-based service providers, with a new care model and range of delivery options.
Continuity of service and projects is an often cited excuse of politicians, those whose terms have expired, to reinvent themselves as nominees of party-list groups.
When people want to reinvent themselves or move forward, they need first and foremost to be brave and know that they can do it.
If CPAs don't reinvent themselves, here is what will happen when a client switches to the cloud: The SMB accounting system becomes real time and requires less "checking" of data.
According to a survey conducted by Adobe, Digital Roadblock: Marketers Struggle to Reinvent Themselves1, marketers agree they need to reinvent themselves to succeed, and nearly three-quarters said the top driving force behind this need for change is the expanded number of channels and platforms to reach audiences.
Instead Louis, 60, believes they should move abroad and "reinvent themselves" to keep their career going for years to come.