This chapter moves from the practical advice to the practicable tools and strategies readers can use to either avoid getting stuck behind the car in front altogether or manoeuvre themselves out from behind it if they happen to have been drawn into its slipstream. It introduces a framework—based on the Japanese concept of ikigai—for making more effective career decisions that simply involves asking yourself three questions: “what do I need?”, “what do I enjoy?”, and “what am I good at?”. The chapter also includes advice on when best to leave a job and move onto a new one, how to get out of a dead-end career, how to properly present your qualifications and competencies on a CV, and how to identify areas outside your current sector where your abilities may be equally valuable.