Trying to stay focus and positive as I pursue jobs in other areas of my profession

Hi Brooke,
I have been in an area of nursing for over 15 years and decided to change my focus. I took time off in October and now starting to get back into the job market. I interviewed for a job that I have a lot of experience in and I received a call from my old job and they would like me to come back. However, I don’t want to take the jobs that I have a lot of experience in and I do not want to go back to the old job. I’m interviewing for a different type of position in the near future and I’m excited about it. I have not been excited about a job in a long time. I’m not sure if I’m going to get it but even if I don’t, the way I feel about this new opportunity tells me I don’t want to go back to the old job regardless of whether I get this new job. However, I’m afraid of turning my back on jobs I know I’m natural shoo-in. I’ve been working on models to help me make this change.

Here are my models:

C: Have job offers for work that I’m very experienced in and have excelled in
T: I should take these jobs because they are easy to get based on my years of experience and pay well.
F: feeling blasé, not excited
A: sit around and ruminate, over eat, feel sorry for myself because I feel stuck
R: ??

C: Have job offers for work I’ve done before
T: I don’t want to do this kind of work anymore and don’t take offer
F: anxious
A: start worrying about decision and that I’m just making a mistake
R: anxiety gets worse

C: job offers in area of work I have done before
T: I can find a job in an area of work that i”m interested in. My experience in my previous job will is valuable in other areas. It may take longer for me to land the job I want but it will happen.
F: Calm and determined
A: Continue to look for jobs that will pique my interest and stay the course no matter what my brain is telling me.
R: Eventually getting job I really want

Is this model work correct? Is this how you get form A to B?

Thanks for your help!